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October 24, 2009 at 9:59 PM

Oregon post-game links

Lots of reaction out there to this one whether you want it or not. …
Steve Kelley writes about UW’s growing pains and whether Jake Locker ought to run more.
— The notebook looks at the special teams issues, Demitrius Bronson and Chris Polk.
— Here’s the game story.
— The 2-minute drill hands out some awards and looks at some numbers.
Percy Allen looks at the day of Jeremiah Masoli.
Bud Withers says the Ducks didn’t do much celebrating with bigger fish to fry next week against USC.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller notes that Masoli was only “70-75 percent.” And no question that the game changed once he got more aggressive running.
Nick Daschel writes that Locker looks like he could use another year in college. But Daschel also says that UW can still make a bowl game.
Ken Goe of The Oregonian says the result shows the gap between UW and Oregon is widening and that this is no longer the biggest game on UO’s schedule.
— In The Oregonian’s game story, Chip Kelly says he thought going into the game that the Ducks would have an advantage on special teams. And indeed they did.
— A good analysis from the Oregon side from Ken Woody, a former UO player who was once an assistant coach at Washington under Jim Owens.
All for now.

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