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January 14, 2009 at 10:08 AM

Wednesday a.m. links

Rare sunny day edition:
— Meant to pass this along the other day, but the Eugene Register-Guard reported earlier this week that Oregon athletic officials say there are no plans to move the Duck-Husky game next year in Seattle to Thanksgiving Day. That jibes with what we wrote here that a UW official said it was a real longshot that it could happen. Still, the effort continues for UW to find a way to ease the gauntlet of playing 12 games in 12 weeks, which will almost certainly happen only by moving a Pac-10 game to after the Apple Cup — or moving the Apple Cup back a week.
— By the way, I’ve linked to the tentative schedule a few times, but may be worth just presenting here, as well. So here it is:
09/05/09 vs. LSU Seattle, Wash. TBA
09/12/09 vs. Idaho Seattle, Wash. TBA
09/19/09 vs. USC Seattle, Wash. TBA
09/26/09 at Stanford* Stanford, Calif. TBA
10/03/09 at Notre Dame South Bend, Ind. TBA
10/10/09 vs. California Seattle, Wash. TBA
10/17/09 at Arizona State Tempe, Ariz. TBA
10/24/09 vs. Oregon Seattle, Wash. TBA
10/31/09 vs. Arizona Seattle, Wash. TBA
11/07/09 at UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. TBA
11/14/09 at Oregon State Corvallis, Ore. TBA
11/21/09 vs. Washington State Seattle, Wash. TBA
— ESPN’s Ted Miller has a couple of good entries today. First is this look at the top 10 most memorable moments from the Pac-10 this year, the Huskies surprisingly finding their way into a couple of them.
— Miller also has his final Pac-10 power rankings with UW in a familiar position.
— Buster Sports’ Nick Daschel says maybe UW should play at Qwest Field permanently.
— Lots of news and notes from Ken Goe of the Oregonian.
All for now.

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