FROM PULLMAN — It's about time to hop an another airplane, but before we do, we'll pass along our daily dose of links. Read on.
For today's newspaper, we went off the beaten path and wrote a story about how Washington State's film study has been made easier by a computer program used by several other schools and NFL teams. We also posted on the blog with a Q-and-A about Oregon State with an OSU beat writer, and we recapped practice last night, too. … The basketball team announced yesterday it will hold a “ZzuMania” event to begin practices at 9 p.m. on Oct. 12. … A new 3-D camera technology developed at WSU gives suite patrons at football games the ability to watch the game in a more in-depth scope. … The Kitsap Sun has this nice feature on former WSU football ops guy Shawn Deeds. … Bob Condotta picks the Beavers to win in a romp. … From Oregon State: the Beavers are welcoming blackouts back to Reser Stadium. … Talking “Beaver Juice” with the Oregonian. … Kevin Gemmell writes about OSU's hot start.
There was one Pac-12 game last night …
Around the Pac-12 … An Arizona safety has a curious nickname, but has made a name for himself with his play, too. … An Arizona State running back might be switching to defense. … There are questions about Jeff Tedford's future at California. … A Colorado linebacker is enjoying his new role. … The Seattle Times looks at Oregon running back Kenjon Barner. … Here's a Washington notebook. … An Oregon defensive lineman is adjusting to life as a father. Another Ducks player wants to be the most prepared guy on the field.
All for right now.