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November 13, 2013 at 8:32 AM

Morning links: Pac-12 coaches willing to take risks

Links:

— Bud Withers: Pac-12 coaches show they are willing to take risks.

— The timing between Jim Mora and UW was never right.

Mora became interested in college coaching while spending time at UW in 2011.

— UW is trying to eclipse the seven-win plateau.

Pac-12 power rankings from the UW Daily.

— More on the Bellevue-to-UCLA connection from the L.A. Times.

— One UCLA defender believes Washington’s skill players are better than Oregon’s.

— More from the Inside UCLA blog.

— The College Football Playoff Committee met in Washington, D.C. Monday. It’s a shame they don’t formally start until 2014.

— Oregon State is ‘cooking up some stuff’ to get Brandin Cooks more involved.

— ASU’s Todd Graham knows Cooks is ‘dangerous’

USC’s Marqise Lee is expecting to have a bigger role against Stanford.

— Stanford’s Shayne Skov is cautious when talking about the Trojans.

Utah’s sack specialists are coming after Marcus Mariota.

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