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WSU game day links

Well, everyone, the countdown is over. Zero days until Cougar football. Still quite a few hours however, now that college football is a nocturnal sport, so let's pass the time with some links.

-- The Cougars have their first game of the season, so naturally we have our first advance of the season.

-- We also had a live chat yesterday. Did you miss it? Don't worry, we'll hold another one today an hour before kickoff.

-- Good news for Dish subscribers, who will be able to watch the game thanks to a last-minute accord.

-- To honor the end of the Seattle game ranks them all.

-- Rutgers is hoping to win the field position battle tonight.

-- Brian Clay transferred to Washington from Hawaii to pay his way. Now he's got a free ride.

-- Arizona needs a better pass defense.

-- A couple best friends hope to continue Arizona State's recent success.

-- California football players took great interest in their opponent's efforts to unionize.

-- Colorado's right tackle came all the way from Cameroon to play for the Buffs.

-- The lines are out and people like Oregon's chances to win the national championship.

-- Oregon State's Chai Baker is finally out of the hospital.

-- Stanford senior Kelsey Young is excited to play a new position.

-- The Josh Shaw saga has reached an unfortunate conclusion.

-- Utah's coaches have come full circle.

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Jacob Thorpe
Jacob Thorpe joined The Spokesman-Review in 2013. He currently is a reporter for the Sports Desk covering Washington State University athletics.

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