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Morning links: WSU offensive line rises to the challenge

Washington State's offensive line was expected to be a strength because of its continuity. That continuity was diminished on Saturday, but did anything change?

The line's evolution and performance leads our WSU notebook in today's paper. We also take a First Look at UCLA. The Pac-12 put out plenty of Cougars news yesterday, including the Colorado kick time and yet another honor for Luke Falk. The Cougars held their weekly press conference yesterday, so of course we've got videos of Dom Williams, Kache Palacio, Eduardo Middleton, and, of course a video on transcript of Mike Leach's remarks. The WSU women's soccer team made the NCAA tournament. Jim Allen has the story from Selection Monday.

Stefanie Loh looked at some bowl possibilities for the Cougars. … Luke Falk is back atop the ESPN Pac-12 Power Rankings. … UCLA's solid defense will face its toughest test against WSU. … Chris Foster of the LA Times wrote about WSU's attitude adjustment. … Some of UCLA's most prominent players are on offense, but the Bruins are winning with defense.



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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