Pac-10 Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent IOctober 20, 2010

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 02:  Quarterback Jake Locker #10 and wide receiver D'Andre Goodwin #11 of the Washington Huskies embrace after the game with the USC Trojans at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on October 2, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.  Washington won 32-31.  (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
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The one thing Arizona head coach Mike Stoops is worried about is giving up sacks. This problem may become recurring with a new starting quarterback under center, and a Washington Huskies team coming into town that is riding high.

For Arizona State, one player’s injury is another player’s ticket to starting.

California head coach Jeff Tedford: “I think our team has the potential if we execute to be a very good football team, to be a competitive football team and win any game that we're in.”

It may very well be that UCLA takes on Oregon with its second-string quarterback.

The Oregon Ducks’ defense could be without three defensive starters come Saturday.

Oregon State head coach Mike Riley: “The quarterback doesn’t call the plays, so I don’t know if it would do [Jacquizz Rodgers] any good if he did that, but I never mind a guy who wants the ball.”

Why is one Southern California player admitting this is the hardest bye week he has faced while at USC?

Who does Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh love more, his wife or Andrew Luck?

Jake Locker seems to never practice for Washington, yet he leads his team to victories over ranked opponents? Will this continue this week?

Two of the computers that the BCS uses for ratings had James Madison’s victory over Virginia Tech as the biggest upset of the year. If Washington State were to beat Stanford this weekend, do you think that would top the Hokies loss?