Pac-12 lunch links: Stanford accused
October, 7, 2013
By Ted Miller | ESPN.com
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- Arizona needs more consistency at kicker.
- Arizona State had a big letdown but it still has big goals.
- Turns out California's passing numbers against Washington State were even bigger than originally thought. But most of the analysis is grim -- Cal has about as bad an injury situation on defense as I can remember a single unit having.
- The numbers aren't great by Colorado's defense is playing better.
- More on tight end Colt Lyerla quitting the Oregon football team. We don't know much about QB Marcus Mariota in clutch time.
- A connection between Oregon State QB Sean Mannion and coordinator Danny Langsdorf might be why the Beavers passing offense is rolling.
- Some thoughts on Stanford's win over Washington.
- UCLA is dealing with some injury issues, including a big loss on its O-line.
- USC WR Marqise Lee is questionable (to doubtful) for the Thursday game with Arizona.
- Utah turns its focus to Stanford.
- Washington coach Steve Sarkisian accuses Stanford of faking injuries.
- A chat with Washington State defensive coordinator Mike Breske.
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