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Unquiet: Marcus Mariota, Rich Rodriguez, Sonny Dykes, and more.

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Unquiet: Marcus Mariota, Rich Rodriguez, Sonny Dykes, and more.

Leader of the Quack.
Andrew Greif looks at how Oregon starting quarterback Marcus Mariota is showing leadership as he works with a young group of Duck receivers. (The Oregonian)
Save It for Later.
Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez says that he won't make a decision who will be the Wildcats' starting quarterback next season until fall camp. Connor Brewer, Jerrard Randall, Jesse Scroogins, and Ano Solomon are the four QB's competing for the job. (Fansided)
Things Can Only Get Better.
Cal head coach Sonny Dykes says that he is encourage by an improving Golden Bears defense. (The San Francisco Chronicle)
Let's Make a Deal.
The University of Utah signs a new agreement with the Ute Tribal Business Committee over the continued use of the "Utes" nickname by the school. (The Salt Lake Tribune)
A Few Small Repairs.
Renovations begin on Arizona State's Sun Devil Stadium. (Phoenix Business Journal)
Meet Nolan Hansen. 
Steve Gress profiles Oregon State offensive lineman Nolan Hansen. (The Lebanon Express)

I've seen the future, and it will be.
Bill Connelly previews San Diego State's 2014 season. (SB*Nation)

Search for Tomorrow.
Chris Foster looks at the competition for the UCLA starting QB job. (The Los Angeles Times)


Colorado recruiting news.
Colorado high school junior offensive lineman Dillon Middlemiss commits to Colorado's 2015 recruiting class. (The Ralphie Report)

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