Pac-10 Football: Thursday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 23, 2010

TUCSON, AZ - SEPTEMBER 18:  Fans of the Arizona Wildcats cheer during the college football game against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Arizona Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Tucson, Arizona.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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Arizona will open up Pac-10 play this weekend against California. Last year, the Wildcats walked into Berkeley No. 18 in the country and lost by eight points.

Arizona State’s Oliver Aaron has patiently waited his turn to start at linebacker for the Sun Devils.

Withholding injury information must be the new trend over in California.

One UCLA defender might have to shuffle between defensive end and outside linebacker during the Bruins’ game with Texas this weekend.

Check out this Oregon-Portland State photo blog HERE. There are some really great captures in that bunch.

How does one writer have Oregon State faring in the Beavers' matchup with the Broncos?

There is now a big controversy over where the Pac-12 title game should be played, if it will exist next year. Personally, I think if the Pac-10 committee wants more time to think about it, just declare the title game at Southern California’s L.A. Memorial Coliseum. It is a great venue, and we all know that there is no possibility of the Trojans playing a home game in the title game next year. Zing!

If anyone is going to dismantle USC, it will have to start with the AP voters regularly placing them within the Top 15 each preseason.

The only luck Stanford has needed over the past year and a half comes with a capital "L."

Washington has some issues to sort out during its bye week.

Washington State ran a very high-spirited practice yesterday.