football

Pac-Tending 09-08-10

"Let's create new legislation that will provide flexibility for those deserving student-athletes who have the support of their institutions without creating a chaotic free agency."
- Athletic director of Bradley University Kenneth Kavanagh, speaking about the need for a case-by-case review of graduated student-athletes with remaining eligibility to avoid a secondary recruiting frenzy.
The 2010-11 athletic season continues at the Creek with several conference teams sitting in the Top 10 of national polls in both soccer and volleyball.
Meanwhile, at NCAA HQ, former Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli, was allowed to play for Mississippi after an NCAA subcommittee overturned a previous decision banning him from play in the 2010 season.
Stanford
In football, the Cardinal defeated Sacramento State, 52-17 in their season opener. Tight end Levine Toilolo is out for the year after suffering an ACL knee injury.
Arizona State
In football, the Bears defeated UC-Davis, 52-3 in their season opener.
California
In football, the Bears defeated UC-Davis, 52-3 in their season opener.
UCLA
In football, the Bruins lost to Kansas State, 31-22, in their season opener.
Washington
In football, the Huskies lost to BYU, 23-17 in their season opener.
Arizona
In football, the Wildcats defeated Toledo, 41-2, in their season opener.
USC
In football, the Trojans defeated Hawai'i, 49-36 in their season opener.
Oregon
In football, the Ducks defeated New Mexico, 72-0, in their season opener.
WSU
In volleyball, Wazzu defeated San Francisco but lost to Tulsa and UC-Santa Barbara to move to 3-3 overall on the year.
In football, the Cougars lost to Oklahoma State, 65-17 in their season opener and freshman running back Rickey Galvin was lost for the season with a broken forearm.
In soccer, Wazzu defeated Weber State, 4-1 but lost to BYU to move to 2-4 overall on the year.
Oregon State
In football, the Beavers lost their season opener to TCU, 30-21, to fall to 0-1 on the year.
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