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FROM PULLMAN -- With our football preview section stories completed and filed, it's time to pass along your Sunday morning look around the Pac-12. Here we go.

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--- Our story in today's newspaper focuses on Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall, who is being hailed as a big-time playmaker by his former coaches.

--- Here's some notes from yesterday's practice.

--- Bud Withers had a couple stories about WSU in The Seattle Times' college football preview (the Spokesman-Review's special section will be published Thursday). Withers also has five keys to WSU's season.

--- Here's a position-by-position look at Auburn heading into the season.

--- Here's the Times' in-depth look at the new Husky Stadium, along with the rest of its football preview coverage.

--- Washington released its first depth chart of the season yesterday.

--- Arizona State's stud defensive tackle plans to be a problem for Pac-12 offenses this season.

--- Lane Kiffin plans to use two quarterbacks in USC's opener at Hawaii on Thursday.

--- Stanford's backup quarterback is settling in.

--- Some California fans aren't happy about the prospect of moving the Big Game off campus.

--- The Bay Area schools are worlds apart as the season begins.

--- Oregon State is looking for a spark in its return game.

--- A memorial was held yesterday for the son of Oregon's running backs coach.

--- Here's a look at Utah's depth chart.

--- Mike McIntyre has a plan to rebuild Colorado's program.

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




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