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Fri., Oct. 4, 2013, 6 a.m.

Friday Morning Links

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).

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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.




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Jacob Thorpe
Jacob Thorpe joined The Spokesman-Review in 2013. He currently is a reporter for the Sports Desk covering Washington State University athletics.

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