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October 9, 2010 at 10:28 AM

Saturday links — and TV info

Gameday has dawned gray and a little wet — though actually fairly warm, considering everything. But the forecast is for increasing rain as the day wears on, so dress appropriately.
Or, make sure you have somewhere to watch it on TV. The game is on FSN-Northwest in the Seattle area, which means it’s available on other FSN stations around the country if you live elsewhere. But because it’s on FSN, that means there is no legal online option. I know there are issues with Dish Network and FSN, and I’m sorry to say I don’t really have any great advice for alternatives. If you don’t get FSN on what you have, it’s not going to be available, as far as I can tell.
So the best advice I can give is to find somewhere that will be showing the game. And as is always the case, I’m sure there are other options for on-line viewing, but I’ll leave those for you guys to discuss in the comments section.
As for the links. …
— Here’s my game preview, detailing some of the key themes of the contest.
— The line is now down to UW by one, or even pick-’em in some places, with the late money coming in on ASU.
— Today’s Husky legend is Tony Parrish. GoHuskies.com tells his story as well as providing a few other links.
— CoachSark’s site has some pics of what it looked like at the team hotel last night. There are also some pictures of the Friday walk-through.
— The Arizona Republic says that ASU’s season is on the brink today (remember, just one of its wins counts for the purposes of making it to a bowl game).
— Fox Sports Arizona has more on the game from an ASU perspective.
— AB Adam Pittser of Richmond, Ill., says he no longer has interest in UW after the Huskies got a commitment from Joseph Gray this week.
— Here’s a link to all of our high school coverage from last night.
— Lots of Pac-10 links from Vince Grippi.
Also, look for a pre-game live chat around 5:30 p.m.

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