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5 hrs ago | The Big Lead
The Pac 12 has been a conference on the up. Larry Scott orchestrated a massive new TV contract.
7 hrs ago | The Oregonian
In the run-up to the 2014 college football season, The Oregonian is previewing each of the opponents the Oregon Ducks will meet this fall.
Offensive headliner: quarterback Justin Arias . The ISU coaching staff named Arias the team's offensive player of the year last year after he threw for 3,547 yards with 24 touchdown passes.
Like all college football teams, Washington State is about to open fall camp to prepare for the 2014 season.
Merrily, the 2013 Cougars rolled through their first four games, emerging from the season's first chunk of games 3-1 with a surprising win over.
The Cougars still have to fill the void of Andrew Furney in 2014, but may now have a piece to do that long-term.
The time before fall camp is usually full of optimism. Let's put the crimson Kool-Aid down for a moment and focus on the biggest concern.
The Pac-12 has long been known as the "conference of quarterbacks," the place where the likes of John Elway, Troy Aikman, and Aaron Rodgers first came to prominence.
The Pac-12 media days are done. All that's left before the start of the upcoming football season are those pesky preseason practices.
The offseason news cycle rarely comes close to matching the regular season news cycle, but it just may have on Thursday.
Today wasn't Washington State's turn to speak to the print writers at Pac-12 media day but still a bit of WSU news came out.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. LOS ANGELES - Washington State doubled its win total; did they notice? The Cougars won at USC and qualified for their first bowl game in a decade; did anybody care? Although the WSU football team rose toward respectability with its play last season, Pac-12 media day ... (more)
The Cardinal's reward for all that consistency this week? They were picked to finish second behind Oregon in the Pac-12 North Division yet again.
In a day of instant information access through twitter, Facebook and countless other social networks I still prefer the 'be there, gather and report' ways of journalism.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 01:16 pm
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