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November 14, 2007 at 9:43 AM

Wednesday morning links

Here’s our story today on UW’s quarterback situation. It should become clearer today, though as I pointed out in the story, all signs indicated yesterday to Jake Locker not playing this weekend and Carl Bonnell getting the start Saturday.
— Here’s more from the Eugene Register-Guard on Oregon State wanting more of a review of the events of Saturday night, particularly the call on the Yvenson Bernard fumble.
— The Guard also says its polling of Heisman voters showed Oregon QB Dennis Dixon would be the winner if the vote were held today. (I have a vote, as well, though I always prefer to wait as long as possible to make up my mind. These days, you can do it on-line so there’s little reason to decide this early).
Kevin Hampton of the Corvallis Gazette-Times also rips the officiating.
— The San Francisco Chronicle has a story on Cal’s Jeff Tedford saying fans need to take it easy on Bears QB Nate Longshore, who is taking a lot of heat for the USC loss. Longshore hasn’t played well of late, as the story points out, and that may be something UW can try to exploit Saturday. But that may also be something that the rest of the Bears rally around, as well.
— The San Jose Mercury News has a similar story.
SI.com rates UW No. 84 this week, the lowest I think I’ve seen the Huskies in any of these kinds of polls since the season started. I’m sure some of you irony lovers will notice which team is No. 83.
— College Football News has UW at No. 72.
— Here’s a Pac-10 notebook from the Arizona Daily Star focusing on the UW-OSU game.
— Here’s a breakdown of the UW-Cal game.
More later from Montlake.

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