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Morning links: Washington State welcomes a kicker, says goodbye to a cornerback

WSU will travel to New Jersey next season and the Cougars are already making some headway in the Garden State.

The Land of Hope and Dreams and Springsteens yielded a kicker for the Cougars on Monday, as Jarry Jones of Stanhope accepted an offer to join the Washington State football program as a preferred walk-on.

But WSU also lost a player yesterday, cornerback Kevin Griffin, who has left the program.

We have more links after the jump.

-- Yesterday we took a look back at WSU's win over San Jose State.

-- One of WSU's original prolific passers, Timm Rosenbach, is the new head coach at Adams State.

--Just in case you forgot, Steve Gleason sure could pack a wallop.

-- The Huskies overcame an upset-minded Tulane squad.

-- Arizona has just one more obstacle in the way of a perfect nonconference record.

-- Arizona State expects its quarterback to finally be healthy in the Sun Bowl.

-- Askia Booker led Colorado past DePaul.

-- California couldn't pull it off against No. 6 Wisconsin.

-- Oregon topped UC Santa Barbara in overtime.

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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