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MADISON, WI - SEPTEMBER 18: Steven Threet #14 of the Arizona State Sun Devils tries to move between Patrick Butrym #95 and A.J. Fenton #17 of the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Madison, Wisconsin. Wisconsin defeated Arizona State 20-19. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 30, 2010

HOLY CRAP! A real Wildcat showed up at one of Arizona’s practices!

Four interceptions never really result in a good thing, but Arizona State’s Steven Fourt Threet is trying to overcome that.

California head coach Jeff Tedford: “We have to get away from the what-ifs.”

UCLA quarterback Kevin Prince sat out his second straight practice yesterday due to a sore and swollen knee.

This weekend’s game between Oregon and Stanford might just be the most anticipated of the week.

Whoa! Pac-10 blogger Ted Miller is calling for Oregon State to be upset by Arizona State this weekend.

The practice squad is a big deal to one Southern California quarterback.

I started to prepare Stanford’s one-liner today and stumbled across this video. I think you all will be pleased with my decision to post the video instead.

Nick Holt is in his second year as Washington’s defensive coordinator and is hoping for his second win over USC.

The Washington State Cougars took contact drills to a whole other level at practice yesterday.

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