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Morning links: WSU lands its quarterback, again

Quentin Davis has accepted a scholarship offer from Washington State, just one day after Cody Brewer decided to pursue other opportunities.

Davis, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound high school senior, sat behind UCLA's Josh Rosen at California powerhouse St. John Bosco the last two years. But Davis put together a stellar senior season, leading his team to a No. 4 national ranking in the USA Today Super 25 computer rankings.

Braulio Perez first reported Quentin's commitment on Friday. Here's his highlight tape:

Now for the links:

-- Yesterday was the 100th anniversary of WSU's Rose Bowl win over Brown.

-- The Cougars host UCLA today. Yesterday we looked back at the loss to USC.

-- The NCAA is allowing WSU fans to contribute to a fund set up to help Riley Sorenson's family.

-- Oregon led 31-0 at halftime of the Alamo Bowl, but still lost to TCU.

-- It was a bad day for the Pac-12, since West Virginia beat ASU in the Cactus Bowl.

-- Washington beat No. 25 UCLA in double overtime on Friday, but the sheer number of fouls called was still the story of the game.

-- Stanford shook things up a little bit in the conference by beating Utah.

-- Jordan Matthews led California past Colorado on Friday.

-- Christian McCaffrey is poised to enter 2016 as a Heisman favorite.

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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