Pac-12 links: No bowl tickets for rude Washington State fans

– If you sent Washington State athletic director Bill Moos a particularly nasty email last year, you might not be able to buy bowl tickets.

– Trying to earn home field advantage for the Pac-12 title game, Arizona State and Todd Graham are learning to deal with the limelight.

– Still undecided about his NFL draft plans, Washington tailback Bishop Sankey is on the brink of the school’s single-season rushing record.

– Oregon State coach and lifelong fan Mike Riley loves rivalries.

– Cal and Oregon will play at Levi’s Stadium next season, the first college football game in the 49ers’ new home.

– Earlier this month, the Wall Street Journal examined the odd economics behind Stanford football.

– With Travis Wilson’s future in doubt, Utah may again be searching for a quarterback.

– Utah-Colorado isn’t much of a rivalry. Through a 15-minute press conference on Monday, Utes coach Kyle Whittingham was asked just one question about the Buffs.

– Fourth-ranked Arizona hopes to rediscover some magic in Madison Square Garden.

– Who is the real Ed Orgeron?

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  • EncinitasBruin

    That’s like telling the 300 Spartans that 100 need to go home for improper language used on the trail to Thermopylae.