Starting to look at spring


FROM SALT LAKE CITY — We've got basketball on the brain this week, but are also trying our hand at double-duty as well. So that means a couple of football links for you from the road as WSU gears up for spring practices. Read on.

In the newspaper, we have a story about David Yost and what he plans to bring to WSU's offense this spring. On the blog, we have a brief preview of each of the Cougars' offensive positions. … One former Cougar met another in the Division-II Sweet 16 last night. John Allen and Western Washington emerged victorious over Patrick Simon and Seattle Pacific, though Simon had the better game.

Around the Pac-12 … Washington's season ended yesterday with a 90-79 loss to Brigham Young in the first round of the NIT. … Stanford, meanwhile, lived to play another day by holding off Stephen F. Austin, 58-57 at home. … California's point guard is finally starting to figure out his role. … A son hopes to avenge a game his father lost to UCLA years ago. … A seldom-used Colorado center could get some playing time in the NCAA tournament. … Oregon State coach Craig Robinson might need a turnaround next season to save his job. … Oregon's coach thrives on consistency. … A few spring football links … Utah is all about tempo as it begins practice. … USC's running back needs surgery for a torn meniscus. … Mike Riley previews Oregon State's spring.

Mike Leach meets with the media later this afternoon, and we'll call in and try to get some notes up on the blog.

Christian Caple can be reached at Twitter: @ChristianCaple

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