Monday links from WSU
FROM PULLMAN — Sure, it's Monday. And nobody likes Mondays. But take some comfort in knowing you don't have to move into a new apartment today. And if you do, well, I can sympathize. Read on.
As I trudge back and forth from my apartment to my car, packing up boxes and trying not to slip and crack my head on the stairs, I can only hope that tomorrow will bring weather that will allow the U-Haul truck to get to and fro without issue. Good thing there are blizzard conditions forecast for today. … We don't have much news for you today, but Adam Lewis of Sportspress Northwest tweeted yesterday that WSU quarterback David Gilbertson, who was a fourth-year junior this season, plans to graduate in May and will not return to the team next season for his fifth year of eligibility. I don't expect that he'll be the only player to leave.
In Pac-12 football news … California has found its defensive coordinator. … A new attitude is paying off for an Oregon native playing for the Ducks. … Don't look for a change at offensive coordinator for USC. … Maybe his latest coaching hire will change Colorado athletic director Mike Bohn's luck. … Washington's coach is trying to make more great memories for its coach. It's been quite the trip for the Huskies' seniors. … More on Arizona's bowl win.
Going to be preoccupied with the move for much of today, but we'll pass along news if it happens. Until then …