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FROM PULLMAN -- Washington State's spring game is behind it, but the Cougars won't complete their spring practice schedule until later tonight. One more workout remains. First, we have a smattering of links, so keep reading.

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This post should also serve as a heads-up that we're going to be scaling back our blog coverage as spring winds to a close. Football and basketball news will be at a premium over the next three or so months, and there usually won't be enough link-worthy stories out there to merit a morning post. If there is, we'll certainly have one. But you'll start to see a few days without them, too, especially once we grind into May. Of course, news will still be posted as it happens. ... CougCenter has a couple of items worth passing along today: this post analyzing some comments that may have been made by Tanner Lancona's father on a message board, and this post summing up the site's Air Raid playbook series. ... Kevin Gemmell recapped WSU's spring game on ESPN's Pac-12 Blog.

Around the Pac-12 ... Here's a story about UCLA's kicker, and a story about the Bruins' offensive line. ... Former California running back Jahvid Best's career might be over due to long-lasting effects from concussions. ... A Colorado defensive end wants a bunch of sacks in his senior season. ... Here's a story about the future of Utah's basketball program. ... Marcus Mariota takes a different mindset into Oregon's spring game this year. ... Arizona State players discuss the significance of wearing the Pat Tillman jerseys. ... Notes from Oregon State's latest spring practice.

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




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