Saturday, August 25, 2007

Opponents Notebook, 8/25

San Jose State linebacker Matt Castelo was given the cold shoulder as a recruit, but proved himself to be a viable college linebacker by leading the nation with 165 tackles last season.

I'm starting to think Oregon State is going to be a force to be reckoned with when they visit the House of Heat on September 29th, even if they are still without Sammie Stroughter.

Stanford prepares for UCLA by filling up their last O-Line spot a week before the opener.

Jahvid Best is all the rage up in Berkeley.

Torain, Herring and Dewitty should have an easy time against Oregon when the Sun Devils visit Autzen Stadium

UCLA's defense wants to put some points on the board this season.

USC is having issues at tailback despite having 9 of them on their roster. In related news, former Trojan running back and SI coverboy Emmanuel Moody is debating a transfer to Florida.

Mike Stoops believes that his team is as physically capable as any other team in the country, but the mental side just isn't there yet. By the way Willie, I hope all those concussions don't make you forget to file your TPS reports.

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