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FROM PULLMAN -- Make sure to swing by at 1 p.m. for our live chat this afternoon. It sure will be a blast. Also, there are links below.

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--- Our Pac-12 notebook today focuses on how WSU's offensive tempo compares to the proliferation of hurry-up offenses in the Pac-12.

--- Here are our Pac-12 power rankings, along with our AP Top 25 ballot.

--- Here's our story about yesterday's basketball developments, with a blog post about Ben Johnson's departure.

--- We had a blog post yesterday after WSU football practice.

--- Bud Withers has this column with more insight into the Pac-12's spread offenses.

--- USC isn't doing a great job of protecting the super-duper top secret of which of their two quarterbacks will start against WSU on Saturday.

--- A UCLA cornerback is recovering from a life-threatening infection.

--- Arizona's linebackers were a bright spot in the Wildcats' opener.

--- Arizona State is still trying to settle its heated punter competition.

--- Stanford respects San Jose State, its opponent this week.

--- California safety Avery Sebastian will miss the rest of the season after surgery to repair his Achilles tendon.

--- A Utah running back is ready to deliver on the ground.

--- Was Colorado's defining moment on Saturday?

--- This is an entertaining, honest evaluation of the new targeting rule by Oregon defensive back Terrance Mitchell, who was ejected after a hit last weekend.

--- Here's Oregon State's depth chart for the week.

--- A former walk-on tight end is now a scholarship defensive tackle for Washington.

Christian Caple can be reached at christianc@spokesman.com. Twitter: @ChristianCaple




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