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2015 Schedule
9-4, 3rd in Pac 12 - North
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May the Falk be with you

Washington State will certainly need Luke Falk at his best this season. Much of the Pacific Northwest reminds us of Endor, and that's where the Cougars will make their stand against the Pac-12 empire. May the No. 4s be with you

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1dErik McKinney

ESPN 300: Where the Pac-12 stands

Stanford and Washington are in the best shape of any conference teams, but most of the others are off to slow starts.

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Highlights: Joe Dahl

The Lions continue to reinforce the offensive line, grabbing the Washington State product in Round 5. Check out some of Dahl's best highlights.

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Is the Pac-12's leadership unraveling? (3:39)
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22dErik McKinney

Pac-12 North quarterback recruiting update

Oregon and Stanford have done well stockpiling their teams with QB recruits but other Pac-12 North teams need to make some moves.

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28dErik McKinney

Spring recruiting reset: Pac-12 North

With the spring evaluation period set to begin on April 15, every Pac-12 program holds at least one verbal commitment from a 2017 prospect, though the conference is off to its usual deliberate pace compared to the rest of the country.

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30dChantel Jennings

Gabe Marks hopes little things pay off in 2016

Washington State's Gabe Marks is already one of the most prolific WR in the country, but more sleep and a better diet could boost his play even more.

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36dKevin Gemmell

Pac looks to get sack attack back on track

The Pac-12 saw sack numbers tumble in 2015 and loses a number of its leading sackers. But with less experience at QB in 2016, might numbers rebound?