In case you missed it, Utah and UCLA kicked off this week's Pac-12 play last night. Entering the game, Travis Wilson and Brett Hundley had similar stats. That certainly wasn't the case during the game, as Hundley found three different ways to score a touchdown while Wilson found six different occasions to throw interceptions.
In WSU news, here's our story for tomorrow's paper, as well as our report on Thursday Night Football … The story that wouldn't die has made its way to Mashable of all places … Mark Sandritter asks how confident WSU fans are. Why don't you go tell him? … Will Cal's running back break out against the Cougs? … Links from around the conference after the jump (don't actually jump).
Arizona: There's no rest for the Wildcats during finals week … Arizona gets a player back … So does their opponent.
Arizona State: Todd Graham might actually hang around for awhile … playing in Texas will be a homecoming for eight ASU players.
Colorado: Kyle Ringo answeres five questions about the Buffs … Won't someone give Michael Adkins more carries? … Buffalo will be loose against the Ducks.
Oregon: The Ducks always seem to find another running back, now Byron Marshall has a chance to prove he's next … Oregon's coach learned his lessons at Colorado.
Oregon State: The Beavers will use a rugby player at linebacker.
Stanford: There will be a new football facility in Palo Alto … Here is some video.
USC: Don't think you've seen the last of Lane Kiffin … Ed Orgeron is making the most of his opportunity as interim USC coach.
Washington: Kevin Dowd says the Huskies will put their “no distractions” slogan to the test against Stanford … Head coach Steve Sarkisian says it's a “cool week” in college football.