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Sunday morning Pac-12 links

Good morning, everyone. I hope you were able to sleep in today or had an otherwise productive morning. If not you can make up for it by reading our Pac-12 links and catching up on all the conference happenings, after the jump.


-- In today's paper we have our second position preview, this one focusing on the WSU quarterbacks.

-- Today the WSU women's basketball team announced its schedule for next season.

-- Washington's quarterback competition is reaching its inevitable conclusion.

-- Some interesting details in this Seattle Times story on how former WSU basketball signee Tramaine Isabell was able to live in a mansion last year.

-- An Arizona running back overcame long odds to have a shot with the Wildcats.

-- Arizona State's backup quarterback doesn't mind waiting his turn.

-- Cal's coach is upbeat after a closed scrimmage.

-- Colorado is rebuilding everywhere.

-- Oregon's coach says the Pac-12's best team wouldn't care if a player was openly gay.

-- Is this Oregon State's most important season? John Canzano thinks so.

-- Stanford's running back depth remains muddled.

-- None other than Troy Aikman is praising UCLA's Brett Hundley.

-- USC lost a defensive lineman for the season.

-- Two quarterbacks shined in Utah's scrimmage.

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Jacob Thorpe joined The Spokesman-Review in 2013. He currently is a reporter for the Sports Desk covering Washington State University athletics.

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