FROM PULLMAN -- Washington State is 60 percent of the way through its spring football practice schedule. We got 100 percent of the way through these links this morning. Oops. Already used that joke, and it wasn't funny the first time. Moving on.
First of all, we want to remind you that we'll be holding a live chat at noon today on SportsLink, so stop on by with any questions. … After yesterday's practice, we wrote about the contributions made this spring by Rico Forbes, who has played a bunch with the No. 1 offensive unit at right tackle. We also had this blog post wrapping up Tuesday's practice. … Cougfan.com reported that marijuana charges against former linebacker Sekope Kaufusi have been dismissed. … CougCenter has some thoughts on that, as well as a report from Tuesday's practice. … Here's some video of WSU basketball signee Richard Longrus. … Derek Jones broke WSU's career home run record with his 41st of the season in WSU's 10-0 win over Portland yesterday. … Jared Barrett, WSU's coordinator of basketball operations the past three seasons, has taken an assistant coaching job at Southern Utah (we filed a note about this but can't find it in the paper. Oh well).
Elsewhere around the Pac-12 … Arizona's basketball team picked up a transfer from Duquesne. A Wildcats football player is now an American. … Bad news for Colorado as receiver Paul Richardson went down with a torn ACL and will miss the 2012 season. The Buffaloes might add a sixth freshman to this year's incoming class. … This Oregon receiver is ready to be “that guy.” Looking at some Ducks position battles. … This Oregon State offensive lineman likes his coach. … A young running back has performed well for Utah. A receiver is ready for his senior season. … The Utes are searching for stability on the basketball court. … It's been a good spring for a USC senior running back. A Florida transfer hopes to be eligible for the Trojans this spring. … This UCLA player is on a mission, but a different one than before. A new role for a Bruins football player. … Washington isn't done recruiting.