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High Marks on Day 2

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FROM PULLMAN -- The second day of Washington State's preseason training camp brought some personnel news, as well as the story of a highly touted freshman who's already turning heads. We have links to all of the above after the jump.

DAY 3 FORECAST -- High of 89 degrees, 28 percent humidity (Weather.com)

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In today's newspaper, you will find a story about true freshman receiver Gabriel Marks, who coaches think is already showing maturity beyond his years on the practice field. We also blogged a bit about yesterday's practice. And we were supposed to have a video interview with freshman safety Taylor Taliulu, but it appears as if our trusty iPhone has consumed it. I said a good many swears upon realizing this. Here's a brief practice report from WSU's official athletics website. ... Sorry, Vince, but with little else on the WSU front today, we're linking Ted Miller's mailbag. It features a question about WSU's defense. ... Single-game tickets for WSU home games go on sale this morning at 10. ... VegasInsider.com released some Week 1 betting lines yesterday. WSU is a 13.5-point underdog at BYU. ... Speaking of BYU, the other Cougars say they'll be fine without their top running back.

Around the Pac-12 ... An unlikely leader is emerging for Arizona, which, like WSU, is one of a few Pac-12 teams already practicing. ... Arizona State got going on Friday. ... California will get going today. ... A sophomore receiver is giving Utah a lift. ... UCLA also begins camp today. ... Here are some college football observations from the LA Times.

All for now. We'll be back later with notes from Day 3 of WSU's training camp.

Christian Caple can be reached at christianc@spokesman.com. Twitter: @ChristianCaple




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