We're in SeaTac watching the departure board diligently as our flight to Los Angeles has already changed gate and time more than once. But while we have a few minutes, we're trying to get our post finished. … Sorry, didn't get it done. Most of what you'll read on the link was finished on the flight. Read on.
• Washington State: We had the news about Klay Thompson last night, so no need to repeat it here. He'll return to the lineup Thursday. Reggie Moore is still questionable with his ankle sprain. … Thompson was part of the All-Pac-10 first team while DeAngelo Casto made second team and first team all defense. … Tacoma's Dave Boling has some thoughts on Thompson's situation. … Spring football kicked off yesterday and we had a story. … And that's it from WSU.
• Around the Pac-10: It was a weird weekend in a lot of ways for Pac-10 teams. … Jerry Brewer tries to figure out what's gone wrong for UW down the stretch. … With the all-conference selections announced yesterday, some players were ecstatic, others, like Oregon's Joevan Catron, not so much. … The Beavers were part of the weird weekend noted above, which means no one knows for sure what OSU team will show up Wednesday. … Nikola Vucevic is following in his father's footsteps. … UCLA still isn't sure about Malcolm Lee's knee. … The Pac-10 awards and ASU. … And finally, Arizona was the big winner Monday, though it was limited to Derrick Williams and Sean Miller, for the most part.
• That's all for this morning. We're visiting family and friends this afternoon and evening, so we'll be back tomorrow. Until then …