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September 6, 2009 at 10:29 AM

Sunday morning links

Despite a loss, a little happier reading today for UW fans. …
— I’ll start with some of our coverage. My main story focused on UW winning the respect of the LSU players — just as Steve Sarkisian had said would be the team’s first goal for the season.
Steve Kelley wrote about how everything just seemed a little bit better.
Jerry Brewer writes that the whole day was a great building block for the Sarkisian era.
Percy Allen wrote about the return of Billy Joe Hobert and Corey Dillon.
— Ted Miller gave UW’s coaching staff a sticker. He also had this link noting an LSU blog with Tigers fans giving the Huskies all kinds of respect. And finally, he said that one of the things we learned in week one of the Pac-10 is that UW is different under Sarkisian. And different in a good way.
— The New Orleans Times-Picayune calls the game “surprisingly tough” and quotes LSU’s Al Woods saying “you could tell they were ready.” Haven’t heard that in a while.
— LSU coach Les Miles called UW “a dangerous team.”
— Sounds like the LSU fans had a good time.
— A Louisiana columnist says the difference was that LSU was able to finish.
— Here are a few more stories from the LSU side.
Nick Daschel writes that you could make a case that UW outplayed LSU.
— Every Pac-10 link you could ever want from Ken Goe.
Juan Garcia, Dane Looker, Isaiah Stanback, Roy Lewis, Joe Toledo, Marcel Reece and Greyson Gunheim were among those cut yesterday. Here’s a story on the Stanback waiver.
— Lastly, UW’s next opponent, Idaho, got what it would consider a pretty big victory yesterday by winning at New Mexico State.
All for now.

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