Pac-Tending 09-01-10

"It is important for a coach to watch the way he does business."
- AFCA [American Football Coaches Association] executive director and former Baylor head football coach Grant Teaff, as the NCAA considers making penalties for secondary violations tougher in an attempt to cut down on recruiting violations.
The 2010-11 athletic season continues at the Creek with the beginning of football and Stanford's Bobby Warshaw was named a pre-season All-American in men's soccer.
Meanwhile, at NCAA HQ, issues recently addressed in football include agents and more stringent penalties for secondary violations.
Oregon State
In women's volleyball, the Beavers remained winless in 2010 as they dropped three matches to Portland, Sacramento Sate and Illinois State.
In football, head coach Jeff Tedford named starters for the Bears' season opener against UC-Davis.
In football, starting receiver Chris Owusu may miss the season opener against Sacramento State due to an undisclosed injury.
In women's soccer, the third-ranked Bruins were upset by Northwestern, 1-0, to absorb their first loss and fall to 2-1 overall on the year.
In women's soccer, the Huskies were shut out by Boston University and drop to 2-1 on the year.
In men's hoop, center Michael Dunigan has left the team to play professional basketball in Israel.
In volleyball, Wazzu defeated UC-Irvine and Weber State, but lost to Idaho to open up the 2010 season at 2-1 overall.
In football, sophomore safety LeAndre Daniels' football career is over due to a neck fracture.
In soccer, 24th-ranked was upset by Long Beach State and then defeated by ninth-ranked Texas A&M, 1-0 to fall to 1-3 overall on the year.
In football, receiver Kyle Prater could be redshirted for the 2010 season.
Arizona State
In football, defensive lineman William Sutton and linebacker Anthony Jones were ruled academically ineligible.
In football, Wildcats' quarterback recruit Daxx Garman was ruled ineligible to play in his Texas high school's season-opening game due to questions about his residency.
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