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By JOHN MARSHALL
AP College Football Writer
PHOENIX (AP) - Several Pac-12 teams had prolonged quarterback competitions that lasted until the opening game.
Some still haven't been decided.
Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez and Southern California coach Lane Kiffin never did announce starting quarterbacks before their opening games, opting to keep it under wraps until the first play of the game.
Arizona's B.J. Denker played well against Northern Arizona and will start against UNLV, but Kiffin has yet to announce whether Cody Kessler or Max Wittek will start against Washington State.
California, Colorado and Oregon State all had tight quarterback competitions but seem to be set on who their starts will be for the season.

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