FROM PULLMAN — It's walk-through day for Washington State, which means we're busy writing our advance material for tomorrow's game. But not before linking to everything you need to read from the day before, as usual. Read on.
For today's newspaper, we documented the struggles of Colorado's football team this season. Quite simply, if the Buffaloes don't win on Saturday, they might not win a game this season. On the blog, we detailed yesterday's practice and also had a quick note about WSU's home-and-home series scheduled against Wyoming. … John Blanchette addresses WSU's injury policy. … Colorado says WSU's offense is more dangerous than its statistics suggest.
Around the Pac-12 … Utah's quarterback is getting a second chance against Arizona State. … Arizona wants to be more disciplined with its eyes. … Washington's coaches don't get the bye weekend off. … California wants better shotgun snaps this week. The workload should increase for a Bears running back. … USC knows it might have its hands full with Cal's offense. … Utah may have found an answer to its rushing attack. … UCLA will signal in formations in a new way this week. … Oregon State might be worried about its kicking game. … Oregon's speedy running back is a Heisman frontrunner.