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November 2, 2009 at 8:07 AM

Monday a.m. links

Kicking off another week. …
Rick Neuheisel says he came away from his team’s loss to OSU impressed by the play of QB Kevin Prince. Also note that UCLA appeared to suffer no new significant injuries.
— Orange County Register writer Adam Maya offers five observations on UCLA following its loss to OSU and predicts the Bruins won’t make a bowl game this year.
Bud Withers of our staff looks at the ramifications of Oregon’s win over USC.
— Lots of UCLA coverage from the LA Daily News.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller puts UW No. 8 in his weekly Pac-10 power ratings and calls this week’s game a must-win.
Nick Daschel calls Ben Ossai one of the Pac-10’s “under the radar” players.
— An announcement could come today on the return of Oregon RB LeGarrette Blount.
All for now.

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