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October 6, 2009 at 7:54 AM

Tuesday a.m. links — Looking back and ahead

Seahawks duty and some funky travel have disrupted posting some of the usual links the last few days, but we’ll try to get back on track now that we are, well, back on track. …
— Here’s my story for today’s paper trying to wrap up all that happened on Monday. As noted, the news about scheduling may not happen for a day or two, but I’ll have a little more breakdown of that later today, hopefully.
Nick Daschel says Notre Dame won because it ultimately was the tougher team.
— Daschel also has Steve Sarkisian No. 6 in his coaches ratings this week but also credits him for turning the Huskies around so quickly that he doubts UW will be a double-digit underdog again anytime soon. Indeed, the line on every game the rest of the way will be pretty close (other than WSU in which UW right now would likely be a 20-25-point favorite).
— Daschel also wonders how long Jake Locker will stay at UW.
— ESPN’s Ted Miller ranks the Huskies No. 7 in the Pac-10 this week. He also has a look at this week’s Pac-10 games.
— The Arizona Daily Star notes that October hasn’t been a good month for the Wildcats during the Mike Stoops era. The Daily Star also has an injury update on the Wildcats, particularly at running back where it sounds like Nic Grigsby will play but may not be 100 percent.
— Lots of good post-mortem from Charlie Weis on Saturday’s game, including that he thought the roughing the snapper penalty was a bad call, that Randy Hart was given the game ball afterward, and what happened on that lateral UW returned for a TD.
— Lots of good Pac-10 links and notes from Ken Goe.
All for now.

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