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Pac-12 morning links: Nugent remains undefeated

So, about that new Washington State soccer complex … the lights work, so does the drainage system. All the new equipment got a workout last night thanks to some pouring rain and lightning storms that pushed back new WSU soccer coach Steve Nugent's debut by nearly three hours.

But the Cougars ops guys really wanted to make this game against TCU happen and they pulled it off with just 10 minutes to spare before the mandatory cancellation time.

It's a good thing they did because the Cougars won handily. Here's our story in today's paper on the WSU victory.

Pac-12 links are after the jump.

-- Our WSU position previews continue today with a story on the wide receivers.

-- Here is a WSU story from the Rutgers perspective.

-- Here is another WSU season preview.

-- Larry Stone says that developing a quarterback is job No. 1 for Chris Petersen.

-- Arizona has one of the nation's most veteran offensive lines.

-- An Arizona State freshman has a lot to learn despite his recruiting hype.

-- And here is a season preview for the Golden Bears.


-- Colorado cornerback Yuri Wright is making a case for more playing time.

-- Byron Marshall is still around, but Thomas Tyner isn't going to play second fiddle at running back.

-- Oregon State has a veteran defense in 2014.

-- Evan Crower is ready to take over at quarterback should Stanford need him.

-- UCLA has a young star at linebacker and his name isn't Myles Jack.

-- USC might have to take on Fresno State without Tre Madden.

-- Here is what we know about Utah.
 




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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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