Boston College: There's another Flutie at Chestnut Hill. Billy Flutie — Doug is his uncle — made a splash during the spring finale.
Maryland: Chris Turner, the Terrapins' third-string quarterback, beat the top two signal callers in a lackluster game with conservative offense.
Oregon: The Ducks, trying to replace all five offensive linemen, struggled to get any consistency on offense before 11,723.
Oregon State: Still no clear-cut favorite in the quarterback derby between Lyle Moevao and Sean Canfield.
Stanford: Good news: The defense, listless and underwhelming in two previous scrimmages, played well. Bad news: It came against the Cardinal offense.
Washington: The Huskies displayed some first-line talent, but not much is left in reserve as the team prepares for the nation's toughest schedule.
Fresno State: A youth movement that started during a seven-game losing streak appears to be paying dividends in the secondary.
Hawaii: The Warriors displayed their multi-blitz approach under new defensive coordinator Greg McMackin.
Nevada: Quarterback Nick Graziano's play brought praise from coach Chris Ault, whose team opens at Nebraska.