The Daily 12-PAC: PAC-12 News With A Pacific Northwest Bias

In today's edition of The Daily 12-PAC we take a look at Sark's recent interview with KJR, a rough practice at WSU, an ex-Duck heading north, and the development of the OSU O-line.

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Steve Sarkisian's KJR Interview

Sark did another interview with KJR, this time with Mitch in the Morning. Sarkisian touches on a variety of topics in the lengthy interview. The link provides full audio.

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Rough Day On Practice Field For Cougs

The Cougars were slow out of the gate at Tuesday's practice, and Mike Leach wasn't shy about letting that be known. Here is a full practice report with details.

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Edmonton Eskimos ink Jeremiah Masoli

Former Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli has signed with the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL, the club announced. Masoli, was dismissed from the Oregon program before finishing his career at Ole Miss.

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Relationship WIth O-Line Coach Crucial For OSU

The Beavers are looking for big things from offensive lineman Michael Philipp. Philipp is quiet and reserved, unlike his position coach, which makes the dynamic very interesting. It's a good at coach-player relationships that many people never get to see.

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