Inside the Pac-10
Updated: August 28, 2003, 3:20 PM ETBy Ted Miller | Special to ESPN Insider
Trouble in the desert, two starting QBs in Oregon and filling some big shoes at Washington State highlight the Pac-10 team notes. Arizona
Buzzards have been spotted around Arizona's preseason camp. The latest piece of carrion was senior receiver Andrae Thurman, who was ruled academically ineligible this month. Thurman and the departed Bobby Wade accounted for 2,300 receiving yards in 2002, and now the Wildcats have only one receiver who caught at least 20 passes last year. That won't help whoever wins the quarterback job, which likely won't be resolved until a few games into the season. Coach John Mackovic said that both Nic Costa and Ryan O'Hara will play in Saturday's opener against UTEP.
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