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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

September 14, 2010 at 7:39 AM

Tuesday morning links — single-game tickets sold out

As we noted last week, more than 70,000 tickets had been sold for the Nebraska game, which means almost none are left in a stadium with an official capacity of 72,500.
UW announced late yesterday that there are no single-game tickets left, but there are still some available through Tyee Club season-ticket plans, and a few for students.
This is the only UW game close to being a sell out.
In other news. …
— For my story for today’s paper, I looked at the task awaiting UW in defending Nebraska QB Taylor Martinez. Space doesn’t permit getting into every facet of any story, and I couldn’t do that here. What I didn’t get to is that Martinez is not a strong a passer as runner, so UW’s chore will definitely be to try to keep him in the pocket and force him to throw. And that Martinez fumbled four times (losing one) in the game against Idaho. Here are details on some of the rougher parts of his play against the Vandals.
— KING-5 has some video of Jermaine Kearse from Monday’s press conference.
— Here are Monday practice notes on Nebraska.
— The Associated Press says UW hopes its week three success of a year ago repeats itself.
Jake Locker is featured in the Omaha paper today.
— Full Nebraska coverage from Big Red Today and from the Lincoln Star-Journal.
Ted Miller has his weekly Pac-10 Heisman update.
— One “gaming” site says take UW and the four-and-a-half.
— The Eugene Register-Guard offers a Pac-10 notebook and has UW sixth in its power rating.
— Pac-10 links from Vince Grippi.
All for now.

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