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  1. Pac-12 lunch links: Bruins seeking answers

    Ted Miller

    Suttree stood among the screaming leaves and called the lightning down. It cracked and boomed about and he pointed out the darkened heart within him and cried for light. If there be any art in the weathers of this earth. Or char these bones to coal. ...

    Blog | October 10, 2012
  2. Neuheisel still seeks 'lightning in a bottle'

    Ted Miller

    EUGENE, Ore. -- Rick Neuheisel was charming, funny and disarmingly honest in the press conference before Friday's Pac-12 championship game. It will be his last game as UCLA's coach, and most believe his Bruins, 32-point underdogs to Oregon, are going...

    Blog | December 02, 2011
  3. Notes: Clowney to Oregon? Top JC back to Utah?

    Ted Miller

    Couple of good notes that might answer your questions. First, lots of folks have emailed asking if Zeus swaggered down from Olympus -- lightning bolts in hand! -- and visited Oregon last weekend. And by "Zeus" of course you know we mean defensive end...

    Blog | February 07, 2011
  4. Chow's staying at UCLA

    Ted Miller

    Unless lightning strikes again, Norm Chow won't be part of the massive transformation at USC. Chow will remain UCLA's offensive coordinator and not join Lane Kiffin's staff at USC, Chow's agent told ESPN. This might be best for Chow and Kiffin....

    Blog | January 14, 2010
  5. The Beavers are healthier this time around

    Ted Miller

    EUGENE, Ore. -- Last time I was here at Autzen Stadium, it was the Halloween "blackout" vs. USC -- most Oregon fans donned all black in the spirit of the evening. Looks like Duck adherents are going with a "Lightning Yellow" look tonight, though t...

    Blog | December 03, 2009
  6. Bush, White pack lethal one-two punch

    Ted Miller

    The distinct running styles of Reggie Bush and LenDale White merge into a single work of art for the Trojans.

    Story | Conversation | October 01, 2004