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A rough morning after

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FROM PULLMAN -- Not sure how much is left to say about Washington State's 35-34 loss to Colorado yesterday, but we'll go ahead and summarize that -- and the rest of yesterday's Pac-12 action -- in our morning post. Read on.

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We'll start with today's newspaper coverage, which included our game story, our notebook, our scoring summary and our keys to the game. We also posted plenty on the blog, including seven videos (you can simply scroll down on SportsLink to find them), our game in review post and our transcript of Mike Leach's press conference. ... John Blanchette has this column, also. ... Bud Withers has this column from the game, as well as a notebook. ... Former Mark Morris Lion's Pen standout Tyler Tjomsland shot this photo gallery. ... Howie Stalwick also had a game story and a notebook in the Kitsap Sun. ... Here are some stories from the Colorado perspective.

Around the Pac-12 ... 

Oregon State 27, UCLA 20 -- Another upset win over a ranked team for the Beavers, who will probably slide into the top 25 themselves. It was a familiar, disappointing walk for UCLA afterward.

Southern Cal 27, California 9 -- USC's running backs stepped up to help USC dominate the 1-3 Bears.

Arizona State 37, Utah 7 -- Taylor Kelly was instrumental as the Sun Devils had their way with the Utes.

Oregon 49, Arizona 0 -- The bad news for WSU: it plays the Ducks next week. The good news? Uhm, get back to me. Though John Canzano found something to not like about Oregon's win. Arizona has some things to work on.

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




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