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September 17, 2009 at 9:26 AM

Thursday a.m. links

A Pac-10 game at Qwest Field in 2010 not involving UW? That, and more, in the links. …
— Here are a few in-case-you-missed-them links from our paper today. The first is on the aforementioned possibility of a Pac-10 game at Qwest Field in 2010 — WSU and Oregon. Also , Jerry Brewer writes about a sports weekend to savor, and here’s a look at all the famous names that could be on the sidelines for the Oaks Christian-Skyline game.
— Former tight end Mark Bruener will be the Husky legend for Saturday’s game.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller ponders the possible advantages of Steve Sarkisian’s knowledge of the Trojans in his weekly things to watch.
— Miller also calls USC to win 30-17 saying he doesn’t expect the Trojans to have a letdown.
— ESPN’s Ivan Maisel, near the middle of this chat, says to expect the UW-USC game to be a lot closer than most people would think — though at some point if everyone is expecting the game to be close, that has to be the conventional wisdom, doesn’t it?
Nick Daschel, a few days after writing how UW could upset USC, ultimately caves in and picks the Trojans 38-24.
Michael Lev of the Orange County Register predicts that Aaron Corp will be the starting quarterback for Saturday’s game.
— The UW-USC game also gets a mention in this ESPN preview of the weekend.
— I really did not know this, but Citrus Hill, the team that new UW running back commit Deontae Cooper plays for, has a 29-game winning streak, the longest active streak in the state of California.
— And here’s an overview of recruiting in the state of California from ESPN that mentions Washington’s success in that area this year.
And just in case you missed it, the live chat will go at 11:30 a.m., not noon as I said earlier. So be there at 11:30 a.m. for the chat.

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