Pac-10 lunch links: A guess at UCLA's depth chart

Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller

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  • Michigan transfer Steven Threet, at worst, means Arizona State might be the nation's tallest team at quarterback.

  • Oregon's defensive line has looked good this spring, but part of that is injuries to the Ducks' offensive line. Behind them, the Ducks also feel good where they are at linebacker.

  • More on Oregon State's rebuilding offensive line. Beavers cornerbacks coach Keith Heyward has his hands full this spring, with two of his former corners off to the NFL.

  • A good but not great baseball season suggests Stanford will get tailback Toby Gerhart back in 2009.

  • UCLA's depth charts: offense and defense. An uneven performance this spring by the receivers.

  • USC linebacker Chris Galippo is glad to be back, and glad his back is feeling good. Three Trojans opted to stay instead of enter the NFL draft. Two concerns heading into the fall.

  • Chris Defresne considers the rites and wrongs of spring.

  • John McGrath likes all the fulminating and thinks the Apple Cup should be played, like, right now! Washington State athletic director Jim Sterk responds to Washington AD Scott Woodward's chiding.

  • Former Washington receiver Brandon Gibson, a sixth-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles, doesn't regret returning for his senior season.

  • Considering the top Pac-10 tight ends.