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Morning links: links now, live chat later

It's Wednesday so we'll be hosting a live chat at 11 a.m. to talk about WSU basketball, football, whatever you want.

Until then here are some links.

-- WSU announced yesterday that Eric Mele will stay on as special teams coach.

-- Brian Odom will join the staff in a defensive quality control position.

-- More on Washington's dismissal of the nation's best shot-blocker.

-- Arizona's coach is keeping a close eye on the officiating.

-- Arizona State will need to step up defensively to beat Oregon State.

-- A closer look at Cal's new assistant football coach.

-- Colorado's Askia Booker is excited to return to his old haunts.

-- Oregon defensive lineman Sam Kamp is hanging up his cleats.

-- Five things to watch from OSU in today's game against the Sun Devils.

-- Here's an incredible fact: walk-on Elliot Buck has played for Stanford for longer than the President has been in office.

-- UCLA center Tony Parker is cautiously returning to practice.

-- Utah's game against Oregon State will be a matchup of two of the Pac-12's most impressive coaches.

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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