Pac-10 Spring Football Round-Up

May 7, 2009

Arizona: Late Passes Lift White over Blue

TUCSON--A 49-yard pass from Matt Scott to Delashaun Dean set up a short field and help lifted the White team to a 23-21 victory over the Blue squad in Arizona's Spring Game Saturday in Arizona Stadium. [Read More]

Arizona State: Ryan Bass Leads Maroon Team To Victory in Annual Spring Football Game

TEMPE, Ariz.--Sophomore Ryan Bass had a 35-yard touchdown run to lead the Maroon Team to a 7-0 victory in Arizona State University's annual spring game on Saturday at Sun Devil Stadium, capping off the team's 15-practice spring session. [Read More]

California: Cal Finishes Spring Practice with Successful Scrimmage

BERKELEY - With both sides of the ball creating their own set of highlights, California completed its spring 2009 practice with a final scrimmage before approximately 2,000 fans in Memorial Stadium Saturday. [Read More]

Oregon: Pflugrad, Roper Shine in Ducks' Spring Game

EUGENE, Ore. - Oregon quarterback Justin Roper completed 22-of-34 passes with three touchdowns, including a game-winning toss to sophomore transfer wide receiver Lavasier Tuinei with less than two minutes remaining in the contest, to lead the Green Team to a 21-14 win over the White Team in the 2009 Oregon Football Spring Game. [Read More]

Oregon State: Defense Makes Stand in Final Scrimmage

Corvallis, Ore. - Oregon State's first two scrimmages of the spring practice session belonged to the offense; the final scrimmage belonged to the defense as the unit made five interceptions, forced two fumbles and surrendered just 24 points in the 110-play drill Saturday at Reser Stadium in front of 5,086 fans. [Read More]

Stanford: Luck Leads White Team to 42-17 Victory Over Cardinal in Annual Spring Game

STANFORD, Calif. - Redshirt freshman quarterback Andrew Luck completed 18 of 25 passes for 352 yards and five touchdowns to lead the White team to a 42-17 victory over the Cardinal in the annual Cardinal and White Spring Game tonight at Stanford Stadium. [Read More]

UCLA: The Spring Game

LOS ANGELES, Calif.--UCLA held its annual Spring Game on Saturday evening at the Rose Bowl before an estimated 12,000 fans. The defense showed it is on track to be a quality Pac-10 unit while the offense, after a slow start, moved the ball later in the scrimmage. [Read More]

USC: Cardinal Beats White, 16-10, In Trojan Huddle

The Cardinal team scored on 4 consecutive mid-game possessions and then held off a driving White squad at the end of the game to post a 16-10 victory in the USC football team's annual Trojan Huddle 110-play intrasquad game before 22,565 fans in the Coliseum on Saturday (April 25) that concluded USC's spring practice. [Read More]

Washington: Locker Leads Purple To 33-0 Spring Game Win

SEATTLE -- Any questions about Jake Locker's throwing ability after surgery to repair a broken thumb were quickly put to rest Saturday during Washington's spring game. [Read More]

Washington State: Cougars Close Spring Football with Final Scrimmage

PULLMAN - The Cougar defense stole the spotlight in Washington State's final scrimmage of spring football Saturday at Martin Stadium, holding the offense to 231 yards on 51 plays. [Read More]

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