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Monday morning Pac-12 links

From Pullman -- The Cougars are one win away from a bowl, though you wouldn't know it to ask them ... Deone "Big Play" Bucannon is looking at a big payday ... The Wildcats suffer from an inability to get off the field on third down ... Spokane native Tia Presley scored 29 points in a win over Ole Miss ... Saturday's football game turned into a duel between two Floridian wide receivers ... No. 98 has special meaning at WSU.

Links from around the conference after the jump.


  • The Sun Devils are gearing up for the Pac-12 South's pivotal game.
  • The Golden Bears have enjoyed being a part of the inaugural season of "The Drive".
  • A hurt ankle isn't enough to stop Paul Richardson.
  • The Ducks are the highest-ranked team with a loss in the BCS standings.
  • The Dolphins scandal wasn't enough to keep Jonathan Martin off the Stanford sideline.
  • The Bruins are taking care of business during a brutal four-game stretch.
  • Add some USC fans to this week's injury report. 
  • Washington QB Keith Price is going to take some time off.

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