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Thursday morning from WSU


One more day of practice lies ahead for the Washington State football team during its bye week. But before we schlep on out to Rogers Field to sweat a bit, let's catch up on what's happening around Pullman and the rest of the Pac-12 on this fine Thursday. Read on.


• Washington State: Before we get into the links, or lack thereof, we wanted to tease you a bit. We sat down with Cougar athletic director Bill Moos on Wednesday and talked about topics as varied as, well mainly we talked about football-related topics, but there were a couple of other things. We'll bring you that interview in Sunday's S-R. … As for links, we have our Pac-12 picks – new motto: “Breaking even is the new winning” – that we should have passed along last night. Other than the picks and last night's post, not much to share.

• Around the Pac-12: There is more, as you might expect, on the conference's no-we're-not-going-to-expand announcement, including some thoughts from's Ted Miller. … Miller also has his Pac-12 picks and tells us what to watch this weekend. … Washington: Keith Price is playing quarterback on two bad knees, and doing darn well. … A preview of Saturday's game. …  Oregon State: It's official. James Rodgers will play against UCLA and Malcom Agnew will not. The offensive line better be ready to hold its blocks a bit longer. … Oregon: The Ducks have had a few exciting wins against Arizona recently but to do it again this week, they'll have to overcome the loss of an offensive lineman. … California: Last year's loss to Washington really stung the Bears. … Stanford: Nothing. … Colorado: The Buffs rely on three true freshmen on offense and defense, plus both specialists. … Utah: With John White leading the way, the Utes could play in the Rose Bowl. … USC: Robert Woods may just be the first receiver in Trojan history to lead the nation. … UCLA: The Bruins are deep at running back while AD Dan Guerrero is in deep over Rick Neuheisel. … Arizona State: The Sun Devils' game this week is a big one in the South Division. … Arizona: The Wildcats are going to try another way to slow Oregon's offense.


• That's it for this morning. We'll be back after practice. Until then …

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