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Happy Halloween. Consider this your sack full of Pac-12 link candy.
It's game day in Pullman, where the Cougars are looking to stay above .500 and get within one game of bowl eligibility, writes Chris Shaw of the Daily Evergreen.
Arizona State players insist playing on the road is no big deal, but the Sun Devils are looking for their first road win of the season at Washington State, writes Doug Haller of azcentral.com.
UCLA offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone isn't feeling the love after the offense struggled against Stanford and Oregon, writes Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News.
Another former Oregon player wrote a letter expressing his displeasure with his school's fan base, shared by the Oregonian's John Canzano.
Stanford finding success with best 11 approach on special teams, writes Vihan Lakshman of the Stanford Daily.
Washington is tasked with replacing receiver Kasen Williams' production with the veteran receiver out for the season, writes Percy Allen of the Seattle Times.
Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion talks about wearing orange uniforms and facing USC in an interview with the Oregonian.
Arizona is seeking athletically gifted high school seniors. Another requirement? They must love football, writes Daniel Berk of the Arizona Daily Star.
Utah running back Kelvin York is looking to break out of his frustrating season, writes Lya Wodraska of the Salt Lake Tribune.
Previews and predictions for the week's slate of four games from Athlon Sports.