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  1. Embree is Colorado to the core

    Ted Miller

    When you talk to new Colorado coach Jon Embree, two things stand out. First, as a former player and coach, his connection to the Buffaloes runs deep. Second, not unlike Colorado fans who feel a powerful affinity for the program -- those who remember ...

    Blog | February 18, 2011
  2. If Barkley goes down, Mustain should be ready

    Ted Miller

    USC got a look at what its offense might look like without starting quarterback Matt Barkley during the spring game. The verdict? Not too shabby. With Barkley sidelined by a bruised hand, Mitch Mustain threw five touchdown passes while completing ...

    Blog | June 04, 2010
  3. Former Huskies, NFL QB wants 'major gifts'

    Ted Miller

    Damon Huard wants your money, Washington fans. The former Huskies and NFL quarterback has been hired as a "major gifts officer" for his former school's booster club, the "Tyee Club." A 1995 UW graduate, Huard was a three-year starter for the Hu...

    Blog | April 20, 2010
  4. Q&A: Cal defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast

    Ted Miller

    California expected to be good on defense last year. It wasn't. The Bears gave up 28 points per game vs. Pac-10 foes, which ranked ninth in the conference. While the official word is long-time coordinator Bob Gregory voluntarily left for Boise Sta...

    Blog | April 16, 2010
  5. Scott's restructuring of Pac-10 continues with another hire

    Ted Miller

    Pac-10 expansion? It's already happening -- at least on the administrative side. The conference announced the hiring of Woodie H. Dixon Jr. Tuesday as general counsel and vice president of business affairs. Dixon, who will start April 15, is curr...

    Blog | March 09, 2010