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Looking back at WSU's loss to OSU


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Greeted with a layer of snow this morning, which will make driving fun. But that for down the road, so to speak. Right now we have some links for this Sunday morning. Read on.
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• Washington State: If you checked out our post from last night you were able to read a lot of our stuff, but there's more. There is the edited versions of our game story and notebook. There is our grades, the scoring and the statistics. And there is John Blanchette's column. ... From freelancer Howie Stalwick, there is his game story. ... And from the Oregon State side of things, the Register-Guard's Bob Clark has this game story while the Oregonian's Paul Buker checks in with this one. There is also Mike Tokito's notebook. The emphasis there is, as it should be, the upcoming Civil War for the Roses.

• Around the Pac-10: ESPN.com's Ted Miller hands out his helmet stickers, though one could have gone to Oregon backup quarterback Nate Costa for a game-saving play in Tucson and to WSU's 11 guys on defense, who played nearly every minute, especially the three guys up front who played all but four plays. ... We have one story from each game. Here's the Oregonian on Oregon's win in double overtime. ... The Big Game was a big dud for Stanford. ... And UCLA won its sixth game. If there aren't enough seven win teams to fill bowl slots, the Bruins could get a bowl berth even if they don't defeat USC.

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• That's it for this morning. We'll be back this evening with our usual Sunday post. Until then ...




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Vince Grippi
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