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November 21, 2013 at 10:16 AM

Morning links: Big test for Keith Price and his ailing shoulder today

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Morning links:

Keith Price hasn’t given up on starting against Oregon State.

Bud Withers takes a look at the races in the Pac-12’s two divisions.

— More from Withers: The Cougars are 3-21 in their last 24 games at home.

Paul Allen is funding research into brain injuries, with help from the UW Department of Neurosurgery.

— Oregon State’s athletic director responds to the flurry of late-night kickoffs.

Sean Mannion is struggling to regain his midseason form.

Why doesn’t Mannion run the ball in short-yardage situations?

— Utah will start a walk-on at quarterback against WSU.

— A quick primer on the looming hiring and firing season in college football.

— UCLA’s Jordon James appears ready for Arizona State.

— This is worth your time, on the NFL’s decision to play on after JFK’s assassination.

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