Pac-10 Roundup: Arizona State reloads, Gerrit Cole to debut for Bruins

Arizona State is selected to win the Pac-10 this year, but as Head Coach Pat Murphy points out, “We might have the least experience of any team in college baseball.” (East Valley Tribune) Also, here’s a preview of this weekend’s tilt against University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. (Pitchfork Nation)

Even though Gerrit Cole hasn’t started a game for the Bruins, his arm is already insured. (Orange County Register)

Arizona’s Jason Stoffel performs best under pressure. (Tucson Citizen)

Stanford looks to build on the success of last season (Palo Alto Online)

Oregon State has had the weather to thank for their preseason preparation. (Oregon Live)

George Horton has high hopes for the brand new Oregon Ducks (Statesman Journal)

Coach Ken Knutson actually think his Huskies have a shot at the Pac-10 Title (Seattle Times)

USC looks to make it’s first postseason since 2005, but has to go through a brand new Dirtbags squad (Long Beach Press-Telegram)

Washington State’s best player is 5’8″, 145 pounds. (Sportstricities)