Some notes and links of possible interest before tonight's UA-WSU game at Beasley Coliseum (8 p.m. Pac-12 Networks):

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No matter how much the Cougars have struggled this season, coach Ken Bone has mouthed nothing more than a "dang it," according to the Spokane Spokesman-Review. Bone's no-swear-words philosophy appears similar to that of former UA coach Lute Olson.

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Here's the official game notes from Arizona and WSU.

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Our full pregame coverage today from Spokane, which has become UA's intermediate stop en route to Pullman: An advance on the problems WSU could pose, a scouting report and Greg Hansen's column on Kaleb Tarczewski.

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Former WSU center Aron Baynes is in the D-League after a brief stop in San Antonio.

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Former Stanford guard and Pac-12 Networks analyst Brevin Knight is impressed with ASU's Jahii Carson.

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Draft Express takes a look at the prospects of Oregon's Arsalan Kazemi, the forward from Iran.

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Oregon's Johnathan Loyd knows he has to produce more without Dominic Artis around.

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Other Pac-12 games today:

Colorado at Utah, 12:30 p.m. (FSN). The Buffs are counting on balance to help win, while Larry Krystkowiak is looking for redemption.

Oregon at California, 2:30 p.m. (FSN). It's the biggest game of the season for the Bears, who will play at McKale on Feb. 10. And, brace yourself, it's another color-out game: Cal will give out 8,000 t-shirts in an effort to "gold out" Haas Pavilion.

ASU at Washington, 6 p.m. (ESPNU). Lorenzo Romar wants the Huskies to get the bad taste out of their mouths.