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A scrimmaging kind of Saturday

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FROM PULLMAN -- Want to see Washington State football players put on pads and run plays and catch passes and hit each other? Sure you do. Today is your chance. Keep reading.

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If you're in town, today's practice begins at 1:15 p.m., and the 110-play scrimmage begins at 2 p.m. in Martin Stadium. The forecast is for weather. ... WSU announced yesterday that single-game tickets for away games will go on sale beginning today at 10 a.m. You can order them at wsucougars.com. The prices are as follows: Auburn, USC and California are $70 each; Arizona is $39; Oregon is $93, and Washington is $94. So the choice is yours: you can either buy an Apple Cup ticket, or you can buy 188 tacos at Jack In The Box. Choose wisely. ... CougCenter continues its series on the Air Raid playbook. ... WSU will hold a women's football clinic at Martin Stadium on April 13th. Details here. ... Getting to know Teondray Caldwell, courtesy of WSU Athletics.

Around the Pac-12 ... Los Angeles Times readers weigh in on the Enfield/Alford argument. ... Colorado hopes to see the old Paul Richardson this season. ... Washington may be picking up a high-profile transfer to add to its basketball team. ... Ed Rush has spent the last 24 hours doing a lot of explaining. ... Utah's quarterbacks had their moments in the Utes' scrimmage yesterday. ... There's a competition for Oregon's backup quarterback position. ... Five players to watch at Oregon State. ... Arizona's kicker is focusing on the mental aspect of his game.

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




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