Links before heading to Auburn


FROM PULLMAN -- Technically, we won't actually be in Alabama today. Just flying into Atlanta and staying the night there before heading into Auburn tomorrow. First, we have links to throw your way -- including our contribution to this season's football tab. Check it out.


--- Our story in today's newspaper focuses on what WSU is facing when it lines up against Auburn's defense on Saturday. We also debuted our weekly Pac-12 picks.

--- Here are some notes from yesterday's practice, as well as a recap of our live chat yesterday.

--- On to our football tab, which I recommend picking up in print form as well. Our main WSU story focuses on the process of building a program, which nowadays begins with facilities above all else. We also have a few WSU story lines, plus a short sidebar on River Cracraft.

--- Bud Withers has more on the impending transfer of Logan Mayes, quoting his father as saying his son wants an opportunity to play more.

--- Auburn is willing to let its new quarterback throw it deep. The Tigers released their depth chart yesterday.

There are two games today in the Pac-12 ...

Utah State at Utah, 5 p.m., FOX Sports 1 -- It's a grudge match between these in-state rivals.

USC at Hawaii, 8 p.m., CBS Sports Network -- The Trojans can't afford to trip up in their season opener.

--- Todd Graham wants Arizona State to cut down on penalties.

--- UCLA is ready to face Nevada's pistol offense.

--- Some Arizona freshmen are ready for their debuts.

--- Oregon likes what it's seen from Spokane product Danny Mattingly.

--- Here's some video from Corvallis of Oregon State players talking about things.

--- California's freshman quarterback seems to have things under control.

--- Colorado is focusing on stopping the run.

Christian Caple can be reached at Twitter: @ChristianCaple

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