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Morning links: Cal offense and Pac-12 picks

Utah quarterback Travis Wilson passed and ran the Utes to 62 points on Saturday, the most for an opponent against the Ducks in Eugene. (Associated Press)
Utah quarterback Travis Wilson passed and ran the Utes to 62 points on Saturday, the most for an opponent against the Ducks in Eugene. (Associated Press)

From the start of our online chat to the end of practice, there's plenty of WSU news to recap from Wednesday.

Don't worry if you missed the chat, we've got the full transcript here. And there's more WSU news in our daily practice report. Last week we learned that anybody can get a hot streak every now and then as I went 4-1 in my Pac-12 picks. Think I can stay hot? In the paper I also have a story about the Air Raid offenses that are gearing up for another duel this weekend. Plus, Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle had me answer some questions about the Cougars in advance of Saturday's game. Letourneau also has a story about the link between the Cal and WSU head coaches. … USC star Adoree Jackson may start to see more time on offense. … UCLA's defense still isn't meeting Jim Mora's standards. … If Arizona can't find a way to beat Stanford, a once promising season will be on the brink. … Why are the Utes so good? Because Travis Wilson is playing his best football yet.



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