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October 13, 2009 at 8:10 AM

Tuesday links

The first power outage of the season has struck the Condotta abode this morning, meaning I have only a few minutes to dash off a few quick links before dashing off somewhere else I can find power.
— I wrote today about UW’s defensive red-zone success the last few weeks, giving up a lot of yards to Notre Dame and Arizona but staying in each game by forcing a combined seven field goals. Players and coaches say they think it has a little to do with better execution in the red zone, also acknowledging that the game tends to change in that area of the field as the field gets shorter.
— We also had this AP story, with a few UW quotes thrown in, on the Wildcats’ insistence that the ball hit the turf before Mason Foster plucked it and returned it for the winning TD.
— The Arizona Daily Star reports that Pac-10 Director of Officials Dave Cutaia says the replay officials acted correctly Saturday night. ESPN’s Ted Miller has his own take on the play.
Nick Daschel says UW is one of three pleasant surprises in the Pac-10 at the midway point of the season.
All for now.

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