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September 28, 2009 at 7:54 AM

Monday links

It’s the beginning of the second third of the season, for what that’s worth. …
— Oh what a difference a week makes — Ted Miller drops the Huskies to eighth in his weekly Pac-10 power rankings.
Nick Daschel says UW’s inability to stop a power team was exposed and gives the Huskies a C-plus.
Jon Wilner gives Stanford an A and says it was the third-best win of the Jim Harbaugh era.
Louis Rankin was released by the Raiders over the weekend.
Don Borst of Fox Sports wonders if there are any good teams in college football and also has notes on both Stanford and Notre Dame.
— Here’s a transcript of Charlie Weis’ press conference from Sunday but he really didn’t talk about Washington as the tradition there is that Sunday is reserved for rehashing the previous day’s game and Tuesday is when he talks about the next opponent. But you can read what he said about the team’s injury situation.
— Or for a tidier summation, here’s this from the Chicago Tribune. The upshot is that QB Jimmy Clausen is expected to play.
— Is Idaho a bowl team? Mark Schlabach thinks so.
All for now.

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