Pac-12 lunch links
October, 10, 2013
By Matt Fortuna | ESPN.com
- The gang at AthlonSports previews this weekend's Pac-12 games.
- Arizona is eager for a shot at the reeling Trojans, Daniel Berk writes in the Arizona Daily Star.
- ASU hopes playing in Texas helps open up important recruiting grounds, Doug Haller writes in the Arizona Republic.
- Cal tackle Freddie Tagaloa is preparing for UCLA's Anthony Barr, Jeff Faraudo writes in the San Jose Mercury News.
- Colorado's Greg Henderson is on a record pace for interceptions, Kyle Ringo writes in the Daily Camera.
- Oregon's Hroniss Grasu draws on family sacrifice to become a leader, Jason Quick writes in the Oregonian.
- Former offensive lineman Kyle DeVan is finding a fit with Oregon State's tight ends, Lindsay Schnell writes in the Oregonian.
- Special teams is showing up big for Stanford, the AP's Antonio Gonzalez writes.
- UCLA's band of linebackers finds ways to rock opponents, Chris Foster writes in the Los Angeles Times.
- USC is doing an about-face for Thursday night's game, Gary Klein writes in the Los Angeles Times.
- Utah is working on third downs, Lya Woodraska writes in the Salt Lake Tribune.
- Washington's Keith Price is practicing well despite an injured thumb, Adam Jude writes in the Seattle Times.
- Sean Mannion's improvement will test Washington State, Jacob Thorpe writes in the Spokesman-Review.