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Morning links: Redding learning on the fly

It doesn't appear the Washington State point guard committee will be meeting any time soon.

After a couple years of trying to manufacture production at the position by inserting players that are more comfortable in different roles, WSU appears to have its floor general going forward in Ny Redding. In the paper today we have a story about the freshman starter and after the jump we have some more links.

-- In the paper we also take a quick look at WSU's matchups this weekend.

-- Art Thiel looks back at a year that was full of surprises.

-- Washington's Shaq Thompson is almost certainly headed to the NFL. But what position will he play?

-- The Pac-12's undefeated bowl streak came to an end when Arizona got a late start against Boise State.

-- Arizona State's D.J. Foster is coming back to school because he's such a collegial guy.

-- Colorado's basketball players and coaches know that the Wildcats are the team to beat.

-- The first-ever college football playoff begins today with Oregon playing at the Rose Bowl.

-- Oregon State showed off a balanced attack on offense in its recent win.

-- Stanford junior cornerback Alex Carter is headed to the NFL.

-- As Brett Hundley's UCLA career winds down thoughts turn to potential replacements.

-- The offseason is off to a rough start at USC, where the Trojans just lost one of the country's best offensive line coaches to Michigan.

-- One of Utah's basketball recruits is already with the team.

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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