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Wed., Nov. 6, 2013, 6 a.m.

Wednesday morning Pac-12 links

From Pullman -- Well, another election day has come and gone. Congratulations/I'm sorry that your favorite candidate did so well/poorly. Speaking of tight races, the Pac-12 South is too close to call ... Hopefully this poll is accurate ... Alright, no more bad puns. Let's get to those links.

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  • Wildcats fans don't seem to care when the game's start.
  • UCLA will have its hands full with Arizona's ground attack.
  • Some high praise for ASU's quarterback.
  • When opponents aren't injuring Cal players, they're doing it to each other.
  • The Buffaloes are getting closer, according to their coach.
  • An Oregon linebacker has snatched a starting job away from a veteran.
  • The Beavers' kicker has a challenge for fans.
  • This link, to a story about a USC walk-on, is by far today's best.
  • Has Utah simply feasted on bad teams?
  • The Huskies hope to finish the year on a high note.
  • Bonus Link: It was always apparent that Adrian Peterson was a different kind of talented.



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