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  1. Pac-12's lunch links

    Ted Miller

    Lunatic fringe We all know you're out there Can you feel the resistance? Can you feel the thunder? An interesting proposal from a booster that could greatly benefit Arizona financially. All the details in Arizona State coach Todd Graham's co...

    Blog | May 29, 2014
  2. Pac-12 is smarter than your conference

    Ted Miller

    M. David Rudd is dean of the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences at Utah, and he is a Pac-12 fan. I know this because he wrote an editorial in the Salt Lake Tribune touting the benefits of his university joining the conference. And it has ...

    Blog | April 10, 2012
  3. Pac-12 lunch links: Utah DC gets raise

    Ted Miller

    What did it matter where you lay once you were dead? In a dirty sump or in a marble tower on top of a high hill? You were dead, you were sleeping the big sleep, you were not bothered by things like that. Arizona will benefit from a healthy return...

    Blog | March 13, 2012
  4. Pac-12 top 25 for 2011: No. 25

    Ted Miller

    Our countdown of the Pac-12's top 25 players in 2011 begins, but now with the benefit of hindsight! You can see our preseason top 25 here. 25. David Paulson, TE, Oregon 2011 numbers: Paulson, the Ducks third-leading receiver, caught 31 passe...

    Blog | February 07, 2012
  5. Pac-12 would benefit in 'plus-one'

    Ted Miller's Brad Edwards considers a potential "plus-one" quasi-playoff being added to the BCS, and he shows that it's hardly flawless. First, here's specifically what he is writing about: For that reason, it had been assumed until very recently t...

    Blog | December 27, 2011
  6. Video: ASU athletic director Lisa Love

    Ted Miller

    Ted Miller talks with Arizona State athletic director Lisa Love about how the new TV deal will benefit each program....

    Blog | May 04, 2011
  7. Stanford not about Luck this spring

    Ted Miller

    Stanford has a secret: 2010 wasn't only about Andrew Luck. And, if things go according to plan, 2011 won't be either. It's not that Stanford doesn't recognize the benefit of having the best quarterback in the nation. It does. But the program's tra...

    Blog | March 01, 2011
  8. USC returns Bush's tainted Heisman

    Ted Miller

    In June, the NCAA ruled running back Reggie Bush retroactively ineligible when he won the Heisman Trophy in 2005 because he was breaking rules by receiving extra benefits from would-be sports agents, so USC is giving back the tainted trophy as part o...

    Blog | July 20, 2010
  9. No Arizona QB decision; Gronkowski questionable

    Ted Miller

    Posted by's Ted Miller Arizona will play two quarterbacks against Central Michigan on Saturday, and it's becoming more likely that neither will benefit from the presence of All-Pac-10 tight end Rob Gronkowski. Coach Mike Stoops told re...

    Blog | August 31, 2009
  10. While you were on vacation ... Oregon State

    Ted Miller

    Posted by's Ted Miller The fifth of 10 quick updates on offseason Pac-10 goings on. Oregon State in a sentence After finishing the past three seasons ranked in the nation's Top 25, the Beavers have earned the benefit of the doubt, ...

    Blog | July 27, 2009
  11. Corp leads in USC quarterback race

    Ted Miller

    Posted by's Ted Miller USC's recruiting prowess is an obvious benefit but it also can be a burden. When hot-shot prospects meet with other programs, an intimidating visual aid is often produced: The Trojans depth chart. It takes a ce...

    Blog | April 10, 2009
  12. Ranking the Pac-10's 30 best players: No. 17

    Ted Miller

    Posted by's Ted Miller Brown No. 17 Charles Brown, OT, USC: Without the benefit of endlessly reviewing game film, ranking offensive linemen is always tricky, particularly on this list, wh...

    Blog | March 25, 2009
  13. Pac-10 lunchtime links

    Ted Miller

    Posted by's Adam Rittenberg Staying home for a bowl game has its benefits, as Cal coach Jeff Tedford gets an extra week to recruit, Jonathan Okanes writes in the Oakland Tribune. A very interesting blog post from The San Jose Mercury Ne...

    Blog | December 12, 2008