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September 19, 2010 at 8:55 AM

Sunday mourning links

Whether you want to read them or not, here they are. …
— Here’s my game story with the nuts and bolts on the loss. Jerry Brewer’s column states that UW should be beyond this kind of loss by now. Steve Kelley says time is running out for Jake Locker. Bud Withers writes that Nebraska is simply out of UW’s league at the moment. The notebook leads off with Steve Sarkisian’s clarification of his comments on Reggie Bush. Finally, here are the game stats.
—- Here’s all the coverage from Big Red Today. Most notable is this story on how Nebraska dominated up front.
— Here’s all the coverage from HuskerExtra.com. One Nebraska columnist says the game might have cost Locker “millions of dollars.” More on how Nebraska dominated up front and how Nebraska’s secondary had its way. And here’s the Husker Extra report card.
Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com made the trip to Seattle and came away impressed the way Nebraska dominated with its running game.
Michelle Smith of FanHouse.com also made the trip to Seattle and writes that Locker and the Huskies are stuck in a bad romance. Another FanHouse columnist, Brett McMurphy, says Taylor Martinez handled the crowd noise just fine.
— ESPN.com reports that Locker’s completion percentage was the third-worst in an FBS game for a QB with at least 20 attempts in a game since 2004.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller says the Huskies proved not ready for prime time.
— Lots of Pac-10 links from Vince Grippi (at the bottom).
— As might be expected, Locker’s passing efficiency rating took a hit (he’s now 8th in the Pac-10 and 65th nationally).
— And among the most glaring of UW’s team statistics — the Huskies are 116th nationally in kickoff returns and 107th in rushing defense.
All for now.

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