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FROM PULLMAN -- As the calendar turns, we have a bit of WSU news for your Tuesday morning, plus our usual dose of Pac-12 links. You know the drill.

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As we passed along on the blog yesterday, folks from the Idaho side made it known that the Vandals and Cougars will renew their football rivalry in 2013 in Pullman. Bill Moos wasn't available for comment, though he's said in previous reports that WSU will also play at Auburn in 2013, and we know they get a return game from BYU, as well, so the non-conference schedule for that season appears to be set. ... CougCenter has some thoughts on the matter.

Around the Pac-12 ... More troubles for a former Arizona point guard. The Wildcats' NFL draft picks were hurt by timing. ... An inside look at an Arizona State football practice. Some Sun Devils signed free agent contracts with NFL teams. ... A good story on former Oregon quarterback Darron Thomas after he went undrafted. Who might be the Ducks' starting quarterback this season? ... Some leftovers from the end of Oregon State's spring practice. ... Utah's basketball team picked up a transfer from Loyola Marymount. A breakdown of Utah's football depth chart at the end of spring. ... Washington picked up another football commitment. ... A bit about the Pac-12's spring meetings.

This story got me thinking. What's the dumbest thing you've ever done in a fit of rage, a la Amar'e on that fire extinguisher yesterday?

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




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