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Thursday Morning Pac-12 Links

It's Must Win Week in the Pac-12. A number of teams are playing do-or-die games. WSU against OSU has the feeling of a game that will determine whether or not each teams season is good or mediocre. UW has it's best chance in years to knock off Oregon, and on College Gameday no less. Arizona needs a bounce back win against USC, but who knows how the Trojans will respond to the recent coaching change? Is Utah legit? They've got a chance to prove it against Stanford.

Here at the S-R, we've got a story on opposing quarterback Sean Mannion, and save yourself the trouble of scrolling down by clicking here for our Wednesday practice notes.

More links from around the conference after the jump.

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Arizona: The Wildcats aren't sure what to expect from USC's new coach ... A quarterback controversy is developing in Arizona.

Arizona State: The Sun Devils are still gunning for a Pac-12 title ... But will they ever take part in the BCS?

Cal: A preview of Cal's game against the Bruins.

Colorado: A first look at the Buffaloes. 

Oregon: A look at Oregon and Washington's Columbia River rivalry ... Oregon has yet to be tested late in the game.

Stanford: Time to move past injury-gate.

UCLA: The Bruins will finally have their conference home-opener ... They will dedicate the Terry Donahue Pavilion.

USC: All eyes will be on Ed Orgeron in his debut as USC head coach ... But there won't be any tailgating for tomorrow's game.

Utah: Quarterback Travis Wilson returned to practice ... The Utes just want to win.

Washington: Former walkon tight end and current star of the silver screen Joel McHale discusses his former team's matchup with the Ducks.




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
















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