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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 2013, 6 A.M.

Live chat, but links first

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FROM PULLMAN -- 'Tis Wednesday, which means we'll spend our 1 p.m. hour taking questions from you during our live chat. First, we have live links.

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--- Our Pac-12 notebook today focuses on the league's hot start, with some opinions mixed in from a couple Pac-12 coaches.

--- Here are our power rankings for the week.

--- Here's a blog post with a few notes from yesterday's practice.

--- Bud Withers writes about the ending that wasn't in Tempe last weekend.

--- Arizona State is gearing up for its first real test against Stanford.

--- An Arizona freshman receiver is unfazed by his early success.

--- California coach Sonny Dykes is trying to help repair the program's academic problems.

--- A Stanford defensive end is out this week with a knee injury.

--- USC's freshman running back is starting to draw comparisons to one of the greatest.

--- UCLA's young secondary has been fine so far, but could be challenged more.

--- Utah really, really would like to intercept a pass at some point in the near future.

--- A Colorado offensive guard is getting back into the swing of things.

--- Oregon's defense wants to be better than good.

--- Mike Riley won't pretend he carries much nostalgia for Qualcomm Stadium.

See you at 1 p.m. for our chat.

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




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