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Dialed In: Breaking Down UW, WSU And The Pac-12

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SWX's Neil Stover breaks down WSU, UW and the Pac-12 with Christian Caple and Jacob Thorpe. SWX's Neil Stover breaks down WSU, UW and the Pac-12 with Christian Caple and Jacob Thorpe.

SWXRightNow.com -- SWX's Neil Stover invited Tacoma News Tribune University of Washington beat writer Christian Caple and the Spokesman-Review's Washington State beat man Jacob Thorpe into the Fasteners Sports Studio to breakdown both football programs and where they slot into the Pac-12 Conference.

Take an indepth look at the Huskies and Cougars by watching the SWX web exclusive part two of this interview by switching to the second video in the player above!



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