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Cross Country. Cross Country Men Finish in Middle at Pac-12 Championships

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M. Basketball. Pac-12 Releases Preseason Media Poll

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M. Basketball. Center-Hung Scoreboard Added at Beasley Coliseum

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W. Crew. Varsity Eight, Four Clinch Top Spots at Portland Fall Classic

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