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February 13, 2007 at 11:52 AM

Some Pac-10 notes

Today’s the day the Pac-10 coaches hold their weekly teleconference and here are a few quick notes of interest:
—- Oregon coach Ernie Kent said he suffered a torn rotator cuff at the end of the game against Arizona when he collided with an assistant. He said he’ll be able to make it through the season but will have surgery afterward. Interestingly, he had the same surgery on the other shoulder this off-season.
— Stanford guard Anthony Goods could be out for the rest of the regular season with the sprained ankle he suffered against UW Sunday. Mitch Johnson will replace him in the strarting lineup. Coach Trent Johnson said it is a high ankle sprain and Goods will be out 2-3 weeks, if not more. Stanford is now just a game-and-a-half ahead of UW in the Pac-10 standings.
— UCLA guard Darren Collison, who missed the game Saturday against West Virginia with an injured shoulder, should be back for Thursday’s game at Arizona State, according to coach Ben Howland.

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