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April 7, 2008 at 4:11 PM

Around the Pac-10

A quick look at some news and notes around the Pac-10 with the Huskies taking the day off.
— UCLA appears to have a three-man QB battle brewing between holdovers Ben Olson and Pat Cowan and JC transfer Kevin Craft.
Mark Sanchez appears set as USC’s starting QB but Arkansas transfer Mitch Mustain had a good scrimmage Saturday.
— The Oregonian has this look at the first week of Oregon’s spring noting that one of the revelations has been 235-pound JC transfer running back LaGarrette Blount who also visited Florida State before singing with Oregon. Could be the answer to Jonathan Stewart’s departure.
— OSU offensive lineman Jeremy Perry, an All-Pac-10 pick two years ago, is still recovering from a broken foot.
— ASU had 16 penalties, eight false starts, in its first scrimmage Saturday. But QB Rudy Carpenter, who the team wants throwing more quick passes this year, also had some good moments.
— Arizona has just a week left of spring and coach Mike Stoops is worried about his team’s depth. This story also says the offensive line has been the surprise of the spring.
Nate Longshore and Kevin Riley are still neck-and-neck for the QB job at Cal.
Gary Rogers says he likes WSU’s new no-huddle offense and appears to be solidifying his hold on the starting QB job.
All for now.

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