Mannion of the hour.
Lindsay Schnell profiles Oregon State starting quarterback Sean Mannion. (The Oregonian)
Drive My Carr.
Fresno State starting QB Derek Carr prepares for the Bulldogs' next big challenge from UNLV on Saturday. (The Fresno Bee)
I'll Be There.
USC wide receiver Marqise Lee says that he'll be ready for the Trojans' road game against Notre Dame after having to sit out against Arizona due to a knee injury. (The Los Angeles Times)
The Tyner of the Season.
Andrew Greif profiles Oregon running back Thomas Tyner. (The Oregonian)
Where Do We Go From Here?
Rule of Tree looks ahead to the second half of Stanford's 2013 season following its upset loss to Utah.
The only easy day was yesterday.
Arizona State head football coach Todd Graham discusses the second half of the Sun Devils' 2013 season, which is forming up to be as difficult as the four-game stretch in the first half of the season that included Wisconsin, Stanford, USC, and Notre Dame. (House of Sparky)
Carey On Wayward Son.
Daniel Berk profiles Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey. (Arizona Daily Star)
It's Getting Better All the Time.
B.J. Rains looks at Boise State's young, but improving defensive line. (The Idaho Press-Tribune)
B.J. Rains profiles Boise St. defensive end Armand Nance. (The Idaho Press-Tribune)
Welcome to the new age.
Colorado HC Mike MacIntyre shows his support for the Buffaloes new starting QB Sefo Liufau. (The Boulder Daily Camera)
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