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Pac-12: Washington to upset Boise State

Thanks to Arizona's scoring two touchdowns in the last minute to beat Nevada, the Pac-12 is 1-0 bowl games.

The competition actually gets tougher Saturday.

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Washington will meet Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl, trying to finish the season with better feelings than last month, when the Huskies crumbled in the fourth quarter of a loss to Washington State.

Boise State crushed Utah (then playing its final Mountain West game) and Arizona State in the last two Las Vegas Bowls. The current Broncos are not nearly as powerful offensively as those teams were, but their defense is outstanding. Washington quarterback Keith Price and running back Bishop Sankey will have to earn all the yards they get in what looks like a low-scoring game.

The Huskies went into the Apple Cup with bigger ambitions than the Las Vegas Bowl, but they should be motivated to play well Saturday. The pick: Washington 17, Boise State 14.

PAC-12 Links
Links from around the Pac-12
Arizona (Tucson Citizen)
» Hansen's Sunday Notebook: Pueblo turns to ex-UA standouts for coaching help
» UA football: My AP Top 25 ballot
» Rich Rodriguez and several players take questions
» UA football: Report card for Nevada game

Oregon (The Oregonian)
» Oregon Ducks open up Autzen Stadium doors for Fan Fest: Photo gallery
» Oregon Ducks coach Mark Helfrich post-Wyoming: Preparing for Washington State's 'Playstation numbers' on offense
» Oregon's dominance, running QBs and Mike Leach's big moment; Ken Goe's three takeaways from the weekend
» Julius Thomas scores on touchdown catch for Denver Broncos: NFL locals live updates

Oregon State (Corvallis Gazette-Times)
» OSU men's basketball: Tinkle says positive steps being made
» Spencer to become new AD at Evansville
» BeaversSalute program gives tickets to military personnel and veterans
» Beavers promote McCoy to assistant athletic director for equipment operations

Stanford (San Jose Mercury-News)
» Local sports digest: Stanford sweeps Santa Clara
» Stanford sweeps Santa Clara
» Stanford back to winning ways, shuts out Army
» Stanford soccer edges Florida on penalty kick in OT

UCLA (Los Angeles Daily News)
» UCLA Football Notebook: Running back Malcolm Jones loses appeal for extra season
» COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Improving UCLA has questions to answer during preseason football camp
» COLLEGE FOOTBALL: UCLA's prized recruit Eddie Vanderdoes cleared to play by NCAA after leaving Notre Dame
» Pac-12 Media Day: Eyes on Anthony Barr for UCLA's 2013 hopes

USC (Los Angeles Daily News)
» USC Football Notebook: Marqise Lee's injury not too serious
» USC Football Notebook: QBs Max Wittek, Cody Kessler present dilemma for Trojans coach Lane Kiffin
» USC FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Former UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel thinks Trojans might not miss QB Matt Barkley
» USC FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Dion Bailey says it's 'now or never'

Washington (Seattle Times)
» Storm star Sue Bird makes roster cut, headlines USA vs Canada on ESPN2
» Husky basketball star Kelsey Plum finds inspiration at home
» Here is why Washington is playing an apparently overmatched Georgia State
» Huskies morning links: Freshman Sidney Jones plays well in starting debut at cornerback

Washington State (Spokane Spokesman-Review)
» At least one team got it done Saturday
» WSU wins in a blowout
» Vandals take a step back in 45-33 loss to WMU
» Some final thoughts from WSU's win over Portland State



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