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A somewhat busy Tuesday from WSU


There is a lot to get to this morning, odd considering it is a Tuesday, which is usually the quiet day of the week. But there rarely is a Monday night in which a Pac-10 team looked as good as Stanford did last night. Read on.


• Washington State: It's quiet in Pullman, but not completely dead. No, we're not talking about the party scene, we're talking news. ... CougCenter has Jeff Nusser's thoughts on Faisal Aden and his shooting. ... And Cougfan has Nick Daschel's look at the week ahead.


• Around the Pac-10: If you watched Stanford dismantle a much-improved Virginia Tech team last night, you know how far Jim Harbaugh has taken the Cardinal in just a few years. So how do you feel about him? Do you want him to stay at Stanford because it makes the conference better? Or do you wish he would go so the Cardinal could sink back to mediocrity once again? How about Andrew Luck? Should he stay or go? ... UCLA's Akeem Ayers said Monday he's leaving for the NFL. ... Think Oregon will have a few trick plays ready for Auburn? Sure. And vice-versa. ... College football lifts a school national footprint like no other aspect of collegiate life. ... Moving on to basketball, Matthew Bryan-Amaning was the Pac-10 player of the week and UW returned to the Associated Press poll at No. 23. ... What we learned last week in the Pac-10. ... Arizona is looking to improve its offensive rebounding.


• That's it for now. We'll be back if news warrants. Until later ...

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