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September 27, 2010 at 11:01 AM

Monday morning links

Better late than never. …
Bud Withers said the weekend proved that the Pac-10 is talented and deep.
— One of UW coach Steve Sarkisian’s recruiting stops over the weekend was Beverly Hills High School and star DE Greg Townsend, Jr.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller rates UW No. 9 in his weekly power ratings but says the Huskies can “reclaim the season” by winning at USC.
Lane Kiffin says he thinks USC will see a much different Jake Locker than the one that played against Nebraska. He also says he doesn’t see much in the reunion of himself and Sarkisian.
— The LA Daily News has a similar story with Kiffin downplaying the Sarkisian angle, as does the Orange County Register.
— The line on the game is down to 10.5 at one book.
— Here’s the latest ESPN Rise diary entry from Adam Pittser, the Illinois QB the Huskies are recruiting. He says he has a four-way tie of schools among UW, Western Michigan, Ball State and Wisconsin.
Antavius Sims, the Ventura College QB UW is interested in, struggled a bit in a loss Saturday night.
— Former Husky QB Ronnie Fouch had a tough game at QB as Indiana State lost to Western Illinois 40-7 Saturday, but interestingly punted three times for an average of 38.7 per kick.
— Interesting Q-and-A with former Husky DL Tyrone Duncan, now at Montana.
All for now.

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