Good morning from Seattle, where it’s raining. It’s much warmer in Los Angeles, where the Washington Huskies play against UCLA on Friday. Our links, meanwhile, are room temperature. Here we go …
— Our story in today’s newspaper details Jim Mora’s 6-month stint rehabilitating a knee injury in UW’s training rooms.
— Here’s a blog post with some of Mora’s comments about his infamous KJR 950 appearance back in 2006.
— Some Pac-12 power rankings from the UW Daily.
— Will Myles Jack continue to carry the ball for UCLA?
— The College Football Playoff is coming too late to help Stanford.
— California’s defense has taken some heavy losses.
— Oregon State is cooking up a plan to get the ball to Brandin Cooks.
— Arizona State’s coach knows Cooks is a dangerous player.
— Oregon is sorting out some starting positions on its offensive line.
— Colorado receiver Paul Richardson’s status is unknown.
— Utah is frustrated by its close losses.
— An Arizona receiver is cleared to test out his knee this week.
— Stanford isn’t going to rest on its laurels.
In basketball …
— UCLA blasted Oakland, 91-60.
— Arizona State blasted Miami (OH), 90-54.
— California blasted Denver, 77-50. But Justin Cobbs was injured.
— And USC got past Cal State-Northridge, 95-79.
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