Pac-10 lunch links: Is the USC dynasty over?

Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller

Think about Montana. I can't. Think about Madrid. I can't. Think about a cool drink of water. All right. That's what it will be like. Like a cool drink of water. You're a liar. It will just be nothing. That's all it will be. Just nothing.

  • Arizona receiver Delashaun Dean has had an injury-riddled season but he feels better now.

  • Arizona State quarterback Samson Szakacsy -- formerly No. 3 behind Danny Sullivan and Brock Osweiler -- could see more action over the coming weeks.

  • More on California losing its starting tight end, Anthony Miller, for at least this weekend vs. Oregon State. Quarterback Kevin Riley is playing well.

  • Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli has overcome a lot to be where he is today, including a time when he was on the wrong side of the law. This Oregon fan also knows suffering.

  • Oregon State's secondary wants to prove its doubters wrong.

  • Ten reasons why Stanford beats Oregon. And it might surprise you how strong a case is made by Jon Wilner.

  • UCLA's injury list got longer on Wednesday. And things are thin at cornerback.

  • USC's offense will try to get back on track at Arizona State. Is it time throw dirt on USC's dynastic run through the Pac-10 and all of college football? The short answer is "no." The longer answer is, "Child, please, that's just crazy talk."

  • More on the Jake Locker watch, but the guess here is the Washington quarterback will play at UCLA. Special teams play hasn't been special.

  • It hasn't been a great season at Washington State, but this young man is living a dream.