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April 11, 2008 at 1:43 PM

Around the Pac-10

Here are as many (hopefully) interesting links as I could find from around the Pac-10 in about 20 minutes:
Washington State canceled its spring game for Saturday due to injuries and a lack of depth.
— USC has just a six-man race for the tailback spot, down from the 10 of last season, and no plans to name a starter until the fall. Sympathy abounds throughout the Pac-10.
— Looks like Patrick Cowan, the son of former UW QB Tim Cowan, is taking the lead in the UCLA QB derby.
— Oregon fans are upset that the new baseball facility is going to eliminate about 400 parking spots. UW fans may be able to one-up them on this in a few years when they start building that SoundTransit terminal at Husky Stadium and it screws things up for years.
— Oregon is also breaking in a new free safety in T.J. Ward who figures to spend a lot of time chasing around Jake Locker Aug. 30.
— One more Oregon story, this one on LaGarrette Blount, the 235-pound JC running back who could be a key in that game Aug. 30.
Arizona incoming freshman QB Matt Scott can’t practice yet but is attending many of them with an eye toward getting ready to play this year if needed. He’s the apparent heir, uh, apparent to Willie Tuitama.
— Georgia fans are buying ASU season tickets just so they can see the Bulldogs play in Tempe this year.
— Cal QB Nate Longshore may miss the rest of spring with a pectoral muscle pull, giving Kevin Riley that much more of a chance to stake a claim on the job.
— Stanford’s new defensive coordinator is an old face, longtime Bay Area football fixture Ron Lynn.
All for now.

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