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September 7, 2010 at 8:27 AM

Tuesday morning links — Line keeps moving in UW’s favor

Man, what a great capper to the first weekend of college football, huh? Let’s hope they all go like that. …
— The line is really moving up rapidly in UW’s favor, with the Huskies now a 13.5-point favorite at some Vegas books. The line started at 10. That wasn’t a good sign for UW last week when the Huskies began as three-point underdogs and ended up being favored by a point or two at some books.
— Here’s my story for today recapping what Steve Sarkisian said about the special teams issues.
— Syracuse’s QB took a bump on the knee at the end of the Akron game Saturday but says he’s fine.
— You can catch up on all things Syracuse during a live chat with one of the beat writers for that team at 9 a.m. today.
— SU coach Doug Marrone said Monday his team faces “a difficult task” in playing UW on Saturday.
— Find all Syracuse news here.
— Here are the game notes from the Syracuse school web site. Syracuse will apparently fly out a day earlier than normal (Thursday instead of Friday) to get acclimated to the time change and surroundings.
Ted Miller has a Pac-10 Heisman update and says Jake Locker is trending down.
— Miller also drops UW to seventh in his weekly Pac-10 Power Ratings.
— Miller also recaps the decision of Brett Hundley to go to UCLA, including a quote from Hundley that a recent trip to UCLA won him over.
— Here’s more on Hundley from the Arizona Republic. He indicates he just thought he was a better fit for UCLA’s pistol offense than what UW is doing.
— The Sports Network has some Pac-10 news and notes (and I always like anything that refers to a game as a “tilt.”)
— USA Today reviews the weekend in college football.
All for now.

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