Saturday morning Pac-12 links

Some teams still play their games on Saturday and without a Washington State game it's the perfect opportunity to spend a day on the couch flipping between two or three matchups. The Cougars will hold their weekly press availability today so keep an eye out for some WSU news and the team will practice tonight.

Links are after the jump.


-- We follow Thursday's game with a story on what the next step is for the Cougars.

-- We also brought back our postgame unit grades on the blog yesterday.

-- Washington's season starts today, and two starting players thought they would be done with college by now.

-- Arizona's offense had a field day in a win over UNLV.

-- Doug Haller looks back at Arizona State's win on Thursday.

-- California is ready for another shot at Northwestern.

-- Colorado State knocked off another Pac-12 team, this time rival Colorado.

-- Oregon's star cornerback is looking forward to a reunion on the field.

-- The Beavers won't be overlooking Portland State after last season's opening loss to Eastern Washington.

-- Stanford will try to extend the nation's longest home-winning streak.

-- UCLA has big dreams for this season and beating Virginia is the first step toward accomplishing them.

-- After a week of controversy the Fresno State game can't come soon enough for USC.

-- Utah won handily on Thursday but the secondary struggled.

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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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