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Thursday morning Pac-12 links

From Pullman -- The first day of college basketball's early signing period came and went without any news for the Cougars, but fear not. Tramaine Isabell out of Garfield high school in Seattle is expected to sign with WSU today, and we'll make sure to update you if and when he does ... The women's basketball team  inked an impressive recruiting class yesterday ... SPOILER ALERT: If you can't wait to find out how this week's Pac-12 football games will turn out, then follow this link for a glimpse into the future ... But we can't tell you what Arizona's offense will look like this weekend. Heck, even they probably don't know ... More proof that the Cougars are about to take on one of the best running backs in the country.

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Arizona State: One Sun Devil receiver is back to full strength ... Another is just hoping to finish the season on a high note.

Cal: <crickets>

Colorado: The Buffaloes look to end their inauspicious streak ... But they'll have to deal with an impressive freshman quarterback.

Oregon: The Ducks will hope to get their mojo back this weekend ... Is Oregon's reputation getting worse?

Oregon State: The Beavers benefit from the return of their tight end tandem.

Stanford: It's too bad for the Cardinal that the playoffs don't start for another year.

UCLA: The Bruins won't get their offensive tackle back this season ... Their two-way freshman is a rare breed indeed.

USC: Marquise Lee is excelling with all the hype behind him ... Don't expect a blowout this weekend.

Utah: The Utes defense stood out in their loss to the Sun Devils.

Washington: The Huskies will face a versatile opponent from their own backyard on Friday.

Bonus Link: What you didn't know about Urban Meyer.

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Sports reporter Jacob Thorpe covers Washington State University athletics. He also contributes to the SportsLink Blog.

















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