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Will the Cardinal ruin Dad’s weekend?

COUGARS • UPDATED: 6:25 P.M.

Good morning from the Palouse, where the sun is shining (not really, but at least it’s not foggy or rainy like Spokane) and the day looks bright (that’s my feeling, anyway).

We’ve got a few things for you this morning as the week winds down and Stanford comes to town. What do you think? Is this one going to be tougher than it appeared at the beginning of the season? Tougher than it appeared after the Huskies ran all over the Cardinal last week? My feeling is yes on both. The Stanford team that beat USC might just show up this Saturday.


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