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Saturday morning Pac-12 links

From Pullman—Fans of the Washington State football team can enjoy a stress-free Saturday for the first time this season, as the Cougars rest up with a bye. But outside of Pullman the world maintains its busy schedule, an infinite story lines will play out in Pac-12 stadiums just a few short hours from now.


Arizona: The Wildcats can't look past Colorado … Arizona has gotten faster under Rich Rodriguez.

Arizona State: Christian Westerman is making an impact even while he sits out.

Cal: More on the Golden Bears' struggles in the classroom … Cal has its starter at quarterback.

Colorado: There won't be any brotherly love on the field between the Richardsons … Colorado has earned the right to be thinking postseason.

Oregon: Just because the Ducks are great, that doesn't mean they shouldn't expect to improve.

Oregon State: The Beavers are hoping the hometown magic continues against Stanford … More accolades for Sean Mannion.

Stanford: The Cardinal defense will try to stop an electric Beaver receiver.

UCLA: Can the Bruins (or anybody) slow the Ducks down? … What to watch for in the conference's marquee matchup.

USC: The Trojans are distracted in the classroom as well as on the field.

Utah: The Utes can finally break through against the Trojans.

Washington: The Huskies aren't worried about their opponent on Saturday.


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