We’re back for another edition of our morning links. Keith Price’s thumb is a dominant topic. Read on.
— Here’s our story in today’s newspaper, touching a bit on Price while passing along some memorial information for Don James.
— The Seattle Times: Will Price’s health be good enough to get him on the field?
— Larry Stone writes about James and Frosty Westering, and the concept of reaching the big time.
— The UW Daily: Steve Sarkisian wants to live up the standard James set.
— Some bad news for California on the recruiting front.
— A mailbag answering questions about the Bears.
— Rich Rodriguez wants Arizona to avoid a letdown.
— This won’t be breaking news for Huskies fans, but ASU running back Marion Grice has a knack for finding the end zone.
— USC’s kickers are competing for field-goal duties.
— UCLA has no particular problem with debuting at No. 12 in the BCS standings.
— Utah needs to find some spark to beat USC this week.
— Colorado has to slow down Ka’Deem Carey to have any chance against Arizona this week.
— Oregon State is preparing to face a physical Stanford team.
— Oregon defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti was fined $5,000 by the Pac-12 for comments he made about Mike Leach and WSU.
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