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FROM PULLMAN -- A 10:45 a.m. flight awaits yours truly, as it's time to matriculate to Las Vegas for the Pac-12 tournament. WSU coach Ken Bone and Washington coach Lorenzo Romar will be available to the media later tonight, and we'll have some notes then. For now, we have links. Read on.

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Brock Motum added to his list of career achievements yesterday, as he was voted second-team all-conference by the Pac-12's coaches. Hard to understand how the league's second-leading scorer isn't considered among the league's 10 best players. WSU's record this season obviously had a pretty big impact there. ... The S-R's Thomas Clouse updates his story about the alleged brawl in downtown Spokane on Saturday with the news that USC has suspended centers Dewayne Dedmon and James Blasczyk for violating a team rule. So the Trojans lose quite a bit of size as they begin Pac-12 tournament play on Wednesday. ... Here's Romar's press conference from yesterday. He said Brock Motum is "on a mission." ... 

Around the Pac-12 ... Cal guard Allen Crabbe discusses his Pac-12 Player of the Year award. ... A productive Utah freshman was shut out of the Pac-12 awards. ... Colorado's honorees discuss their reactions. ... A rundown of Arizona's all-league honors. ... Examining the state of UCLA's fan base after the Bruins won the Pac-12 title. ... Oregon keeps sliding in the latest tournament projections. ... Oregon State has a "good feeling" after beating Colorado, and the Beavers want to keep that going into Las Vegas this week.

That's all for now.

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




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