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Pac-12 morning links: Now it’s WSU’s turn

Eastern Washington kicked off the college football season in style yesterday with a fun win over visiting Sam Houston State. With that game out of the way, all eyes on this side of the state will be on the Cougars, who are just a few days away from their own season-opener against Rutgers.

Links are after the jump.


-- We've got our first First Look of the season.

-- Our final position preview runs today taking a look at WSU's wholly different running back corps

-- Yesterday we took a closer look at WSU's week one depth chart.

-- Athletic director Bill Moos told Bud Withers that this will likely be the last Seattle Game for awhile.

-- Could Rutgers be ready for a great leap forward?

-- Former Spokesman-Review WSU reporter Christian Caple has a fantastic profile of new UW coach Chris Petersen.
-- Arizona is still tweaking things before the season-opener.

-- Here's a profile of Arizona State's Taylor Kelly, the Pac-12's most underrated player.

-- Withers also has a California season preview.

-- Colorado has to figure out how to score more this season.

-- Johnny Ragin won't have to wait to suit up for Oregon.

-- Oregon State is getting healthy just in time for the start of the season.

-- A position-by-position look at Stanford's roster.

-- UCLA is getting some real love from the national pundits.

-- USC might start two true freshmen on the offensive line for the first time ever.

-- Utah's captains have been announced.

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Jacob Thorpe
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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