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FROM PULLMAN -- We'll have our first live chat of the season today at 1 p.m. (and if you're into EWU football, Jim Allen will chat about that at noon). Read on for more links from WSU and around the conference.

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--- Our series of position previews continues today with WSU's running backs.

--- On the blog yesterday we had some notes from practice.

--- Former WSU basketball star Craig Ehlo had his arraignment postponed while he seeks medical treatment.

--- Here's a preview of WSU's season from the AP.

--- Mike Leach appeared on an Alabama radio station yesterday.

--- The former coach of Auburn quarterback candidate Nick Marshall says he thinks Marshall is as talented as Johnny Manziel, whoever that is.

--- Washington is trying to get the ball in the end zone more this season. Steve Sarkisian didn't like how practiice ended last night.

--- Trying to pin down Arizona's starters on offense.

--- Arizona State is having some trouble with its spur linebacker position.

--- Injuries are starting to take a toll on Utah.

--- A Colorado senior running back wants to end his career with a few more wins.

--- A veteran UCLA defensive end is stepping up with others injured.

--- USC's star receiver returned to practice yesterday.

--- Stanford's defensive front puts a lot of pressure on its opponents.

--- California's injured safety is thankful for his scores of well-wishers.

--- Oregon has a "brotherhood" of backup quarterbacks.

See you at 1 p.m.

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




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