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September 11, 2007 at 8:44 AM

Tuesday morning links

Let’s get right to it.
First, here’s our story today on Roy Lewis being named Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week and our notebook focusing on UW’s task this week of preparing for an entirely different type of offense than a week ago.
And here are a number of stories about Ohio State, which is one of the most well-covered teams in the country with tons of stories daily to choose from.
— Here’s a story on OSU’s running back situation.
— Here are some interesting thoughts from Akron on what it tried to do against the Buckeyes, including a quote that the Zips knew other teams had had success “spreading them out” and wanted to employ some of that but never really got the chance. A good omen for UW?
— Here’s an Ohio State view of how Tyrone Willingham has begun turning around the UW program.
— Here’s a good overview of Ohio State in a blog featuring commentary from two beat writers who cover the team.
— More on Ohio State’s offensive woes.
— Here’s one with Chris “Beanie” Wells saying he knows Ohio State has lost the last two times it has come out to Seattle.
“We lost the last two times, but I don’t think history is going to repeat itself,” he said. “History can change at any time.”

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