Monday Morning Pac-12 Links

From Pullman — After a 44-22 win at Cal in which the teams combined to pass for over 1,000 yards, expect more of the same this week. Sean Mannion and the Beavers didn't play last week, but the talented quarterback still leads the conference with 2,018 passing yards. The Cougars were able to win on Saturday despite giving up a lot of passing yards, but that's an area where they need to improve.

There wasn't a lot of news on Sunday, but we have a few links from around the conference after the jump.

Here are Ted Miller's bowl projections for the conference … things won't get any easier for Utah with Stanford coming to town … Arizona State wasn't ready for its closeup against Notre Dame … all that matters for Stanford is the scoreboard … Oregon's talented but troubled tight end has left the program … Washington may have lost on Saturday but a visit from ESPN's College Gameday is a nice consolation prize.

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WSU football Sunday night practice

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Morning after links

The Cougars improved to 2-1 in conference play on Saturday afternoon, and 4-2 overall. Connor Halliday bounced back from …

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