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September 15, 2009 at 8:56 AM

Tuesday a.m. links

It may be just another game Saturday, but these aren’t just any old links. …
— Here’s my main story for today exploring the bouquets Steve Sarkisian and Pete Carroll threw at each other on Monday.
— ESPN’com’s Ted Miller has some fun with the supposed QB intrigue at USC.
— Miller also has this quick look at this week’s Pac-10 games.
— ESPN.com’s Pat Forde says USC should be on upset alert this week and that the UW coaches “will have the Trojans scouted right down to their sweat socks.”
— Sarkisian is working his way up Nick Daschel’s coaches ratings.
Jon Wilner has the Huskies up to No. 5 in his weekly conference ratings.
Carroll says USC won’t have another post-Ohio State letdown as happened last year when it lost at Oregon State after demolishing the Buckeyes.
— UW is ranked 80th by CSBSports.com.
— Pac-10 links from Vince Grippi.
We’ll have more news and notes throughout the day.

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