FRIDAY, NOV. 22, 2013, 6 A.M.

Friday morning Pac-12 links

From Pullman -- The men's basketball team traveled up north to take on rival Gonzaga, falling to the No. 13 Bulldogs 90-74 ... The Cougars blamed the loss on a lack of experience ... But the basketball team got some good news as well ... The Cougars are no longer allowing more sacks than their Pac-12 peers ... The Cougars need to take advantage of their shot at a bowl ... Here are five ways the Utes can stop them ... The Utes have plans for WSU quarterback Connor Halliday.

Links from around the conference after the jump.


  • The Wildcats' time with Ka'Deem Carey is coming to an end.
  • The Bruins may be able to stop playing linebackers at running back.
  • Cal may be losing on the field, but it's winning in the classroom.
  • Can Colorado get through USC's offensive line?
  • Senior Day is a good chance for the Beavers to end their losing streak.
  • Could Stanford face the Sooners in the Alamo Bowl?
  • More on UCLA's throwback football player.
  • THIS IS NOT A DRILL: Rick Neuheisel has written a song about Ed Orgeron. 
  • Washington's coach was scolded by the Pac-12

And in basketball news ...

  • The Buffaloes hung on for the win the Gauchos.
  • The Utes didn't have any trouble with Grand Canyon.
  • The Huskies were no match for the Hoosiers.
  • Anthony Brown scored a career-high in Stanford's win.
  • A win over West Alabama doesn't take the sting out of USC's loss.

Bonus Link: A WSU recruit is making the most of his second chance.

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