Good morning. The Huskies are off again today, with their bye week nearly complete. There was one Pac-12 game last night along with a few other stories of interest to pass along.
— Former UW basketball star Quincy Pondexter signed a 4-year, $14 million extension with the Memphis Grizzlies yesterday.
— A few days old, but some cool analysis here from the Daily Californian of Bishop Sankey’s 59-yard touchdown run against California.
— Arizona State moved to 4-1 in Pac-12 play with a 55-21 victory over Washington State in Pullman last night, also becoming the fourth Pac-12 team to achieve bowl eligibility.
— Former WSU safety Hamza Abdullah unleashed a profanity-laced rant against the NFL on his Twitter account yesterday.
— There’s confidence in Boulder that Mike MacIntyre can turn the program around.
— UCLA’s leading rusher will be a game-time decision this week.
— A Utah running back wants some more carries.
— Oregon State hosts USC tonight at 6 p.m. on ESPN2. The Beavers should be able to keep USC’s offense from scoring too many points.
— Corvallis hasn’t been kind to the Trojans in recent years.
— Oregon coach Mark Helfrich relieves stress by riding his bike.
— Arizona’s freshmen have a love for football, and play like it.
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