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A traditional WSU Tuesday


Kind of scraping to find items for you, which is sort of a Tuesday tradition. We did, however, find a couple links. Read on.


• Nothing going on with WSU, unless you want to include freelancer Howie Stalwick’s feature on Kyle Weaver and his exploits with Oklahoma City. There is more with Pac-10 basketball, including the Register Guard’s Bob Clark looking at the conference’s possible NCAA teams and the Oregonian’s Mike Tokito’s Pac-10 power rankings. Football-wise, there was the news out of Seattle yesterday that the Huskies will be looking for an offensive coordinator again, what with Jim Michalczik bolting for the Raiders. You just can’t trust those former Cougs, can you?


• That’s about all we’ve got this morning. We’ll be back this evening with highlights of Tony Bennett’s news conference and practice. Till then …

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