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September 23, 2009 at 1:09 PM

Wednesday afternoon links —predictions, projections and more

Links prepared while watching the 1981 NBA All-Star Game — who says there’s nothing good on?. …
— Nice column on Steve Sarkisian from what is pretty much his hometown newspaper.
Phil Steele, who says he is 59-14 for the season picking Top 25 games, predicts Stanford to win 30-20, while rushing for 193 yards. He also gives Stanford a big special teams edge, probably in large part due to Chris Owusu, who has returned two kickoffs for TDs already.
—- ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper has some plaudits for Donald Butler in his weekly chat as well as a mention of Jake Locker as a QB sure to be in the NFL soon.
— ESPN’s Ivan Maisel, meanwhile, said in his chat that Locker has a better arm than Tim Tebow, but not sure he has as much “Tebowosity.” Could anybody?
— CollegeFootballNews.com projects the Huskies to play North Carolina State in the Emerald Bowl.
— Sarkmania is inspiring all kinds of interesting clothing.
— The Wall Street Journal says there’s no doubting that the Pac-10 is the best conference.
— This has nothing to do with UW, but it’s an interesting story on former Arizona QB Willie Tuitama detailing what life can be like the year after leaving college football.
All for now.

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