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September 8, 2009 at 8:54 AM

Tuesday a.m. links

Recruiting, rankings and lists. …
— ESPN.com’s Greg Biggins has a couple of updates on recruits who visited UW this weekend. First, this one on Jordan James and Nick Rowland. And then this one on Victor Burnett. James, one of the top RB prospects on the West, says he was impressed and could definitely see himself at UW the next four years. But he also has plans to visit Cal, Notre Dame, Arizona and UCLA and says he won’t commit until January at the Under Armour All-American Game. Rowland, a top OL recruit, said the trip exceeded his expectations but that he still plans to visit Oregon and Arizona State, his hometown school, and that those are his top three right now.
— The close call against LSU didn’t move up the Huskies in one man’s power rankings. ESPN.com’s Ted Miller still has UW ninth after week one. Oregon? fifth.
Steve Sarkisian moves up one spot in Nick Daschel’s weekly coach’s ratings, ahead of Chip Kelly.
Vince Grippi with links around the conference.
— A few of you have asked for UW’s media guide this year. The school didn’t do a separate guide this fall but did publish a record book/football guide last spring. Here it is. One thing to note, however, is that some of the roster has obviously changed since that was published, a few guys leaving the team, etc. So consult the up-to-date roster on GoHuskies.com for that information. But for specific info on players and school records, it’s a good source.
— Also, Stanford’s web site lists the UW game on Sept, 27 as a 6 p.m. start. However, no official start time has been set yet. That is simply Stanford’s “default” start time — the time it sets for games that haven’t been set yet officially. TV will determine the official time and that won’t happen for six of 12 days prior.
All for now.

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