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October 20, 2009 at 2:55 PM

Ducks to wear black and white Saturday, other notes

Covering the University of Oregon football team also means you have to be somewhat of a fashion writer due to the Ducks’ ever-changing wardrobe.
And The Oregonian breaks the story this afternoon that the Ducks will be wearing black helmets, white jerseys and black pants when they come to Husky Stadium on Saturday.
Huskies linebacker Mason Foster, asked Monday if he was curious what Oregon might wear Saturday, said “I don’t know what they are going to come out in this week, but we are ready to play them no matter what they wear, so it doesn’t matter.”
Asked what he thought of Oregon’s ever-evolving look, Foster said “I don’t like Oregon, but their uniforms are clean. You can’t lie. I’m a Husky until I die. But some of those uniforms, some are kind of nasty, but some of them are on point.”
In other news. …
— BetUS.com rates UW third in the Pac-10 in terms of paying off for the gamblers this season.
— CollegeFootballNews.com selects Jake Locker as its All-Pac-10 QB at the halfway point of the season, though he’s the only Husky selected.
— The Eugene Register-Guard has a practice report and injury update for the Ducks after today’s workout.
More later following UW’s practice this afternoon.

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