Monday links from WSU


PULLMAN — We've arrived back in Pullman after a long day of flying — and of disobeying FAA regulations in order to follow the heartbreaking finish of the Seahawks' game — and have just a few links for you on a Monday. Read on.

There isn't much going on in the land of WSU, save for this story from the women's team's narrow defeat at USC yesterday. … There is also some recruiting news to pass along. Braulio Perez reported yesterday that Isaac Dotson, a receiver/linebacker/defensive back prospect from Newport High School in Bellevue, has given a verbal commitment to play for WSU. Here's Dotson's profile from

Around the Pac-12 … Oregon held on for a 68-65 win over Arizona State in Eugene yesterday, allowing the Ducks to stay unbeaten in Pac-12 play. … Looking at Oregon State by the numbers. … Arizona's freshmen finally made an impression of their own over the weekend. … It's time for Utah's players to be evaluated. … Colorado's coach wants this players to grow up.

That's all we've got for this morning.

Christian Caple can be reached at Twitter: @ChristianCaple

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