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October 5, 2010 at 8:51 AM

Tuesday links — looking back and ahead

Links looking back and ahead. …
—- First is my story for today’s paper, expanding on UW players and coaches saying they played Saturday without fear.
— Time columnist Jerry Brewer, meanwhile, says the win could prove to be an ephipany for the Huskies.
— Some interesting post-game extras from ESPN.com’s USC blog, including video of Jake Locker and Shareece Wright.
— The LA Daily News has USC grades for the UW game.
— The Arizona Republic quotes ASU coach Dennis Erickson saying that opponents may be trying to bait volatile linebacker Vontaze Burfict, who got into a couple tussle with UW players last season.
— More ASU news on the Republic’s ASU blog.
Ted Miller says the UW-ASU contest feels like a must-win for both teams.
— ESPN.com recruiting guru Greg Biggins quotes Auburn High lineman Danny Shelton as saying that his top two schools are Washington and Oregon but that he also will likely visit UCLA and Cal.
— Oregon coach Chip Kelly was reprimanded by the Pac-10 Monday for comments he made about officiating on TV during Saturday’s game.
— The Eugene Register-Guard looks at what’s likely to be discussed at this week’s Pac-10 meetings with an interesting theory on how the divisions may be split (the Bay Area schools with the four Northwest schools but with a compromise that they will play the two LA schools every year). UW is also up to No. 7 in the RG’s power ratings.
Jon Wilner also looks at some of the Pac-10’s pending issues.
— A day late on this but former Husky Marcel Reece scored his first NFL TD Sunday.
— And Daniel Te’o-Nesheim was again inactive for the Eagles Sunday so he has yet to play this year.
On tap today is the Pac-10 coaches conference call, so I’ll have some reports from that. And practice is this afternoon at 4 p.m., so I’ll also have reports from that. And who knows what else?

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