Pac-12 links: How Chip Kelly built his prolific offense

» A good read on how former Oregon coach Chip Kelly perfected his offense in New Hampshire.

» Oregon receiver Josh Huff’s relationship with his mother has been fraught with pain.

» Oregon State’s Brandin Cooks says he’s the best receiver in the conference. He also paints his toenails.

» Just how much does it cost to fire a coach? Cal is still $2 million short of what it needs to pay for the transition from Jeff Tedford to Sonny Dykes.

» Stanford’s All-American guard David Yankey will miss Saturday’s game against Washington State due to an undisclosed family issue.

» Hosting UCLA next week is only the start of Utah’s toughest four-game stretch ever.

» Colorado right tackle Stephane Nembot was discovered in Cameroon because of a Bruin. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute convinced then-UCLA assistant Scott Garson there was more talent in his home country, and Garson listened.

» Formerly known as Hau’oli Jamora, Washington’s junior defensive end decided to change his name.

» If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s Mike Leach cussing at Idaho coach Paul Petrino last Saturday. Leach deflected questions about the incident this week: “I have no idea what he’s upset about. I don’t care. And if I did know, which I don’t, I wouldn’t share it with you.”

» Arizona hosted a mini-golf tournament. Because why not, I guess.

» Arizona State receivers are starting to drop passes. Assistant coach DelVaughn Alexander: “Everybody in the stadium knows you dropped the ball. You know that you dropped the ball. There’s no worse feeling in the world, but let’s move on.”

» After the lopsided slate of games this past weekend, the Wall Street Journal argues for the contraction of the 12-game college football schedule.

» The College Football Playoff selection committee could be announced before the end of the season.

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  • 92104bruinfan

    Jack, thanks for passing along especially during a bye week. The Oregon Live piece on Josh Huff was one of the tougher ones I’ve read in a while but kudos to Jason Quick for great work. I’m not a fan of the Ducks but will be a fan of Josh Huff. Go Bruins!