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A lazy Tuesday in the Pac-12


FROM PULLMAN -- There will be plenty more to talk about on the Pac-12 basketball landscape later today. But for now, we have a few links around the conference from a pretty slow Monday. Don't worry though: there are more links after the jump than there were touchdowns scored between LSU and Alabama this season. Read on.


It's Tuesday, which means Ken Bone will conduct his weekly conference call before joining the rest of the coaches in the Pac-12 on a teleconference shortly after. We'll have notes and quotes from that later on, as well as anything else newsworthy that comes out of WSU's media availability today. In case you missed it, the football team announced the signing of three players (and the enrollment of Rahmel Dockery) last night.

Here's what's going on around the Pac-12: Taking another look at Oregon State's thriller against Stanford on Saturday night. ... Kyle Fogg is climbing Arizona's career starts list. ... The Trojans bid farewell to some football players, though Vince covers that story in his morning post. UCLA dismissed three more players and also hired a coach with an infamous NFL reputation. ... The Pac-12 is losing a lot of talent to the NFL this year. Jon Wilner has his final AP Top 25 ballot. ... Austin Seferian-Jenkins will play basketball for the Huskies, joining the likes of Nate Robinson, Charles Frederick and Reggie Rogers as UW football players who have played both sports. Clarence Trent will face his former team when the Huskies host Seattle U tonight. ... Carlon Brown was named Pac-12 Player of the Week. He scored 28 points against the Cougars on Saturday. ... Former Cal coach Todd Bozeman could be in big trouble at Morgan State.

That's all we have for now. Check back later for a summary of Ken Bone's conference calls.

Christian Caple can be reached at Twitter: @ChristianCaple

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