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October 10, 2010 at 8:55 AM

Mourning after links

Not sure who much of this you’ll want to read, but here they are. …
— All of our Husky coverage is here. Specifically, here’s my game story; a column by Jerry Brewer asking “who are these Huskies?”; another by Steve Kelley saying that UW let a great opportunity slip away; the notebook; and a sidebar by Bud Withers on ASU.
— Here is the coverage <a href="http://www.azcentral.com/sports/asu/”>from the Arizona Republic including a column by Dan Bickley who writes that ASU saved its season.
— Here’s the coverage from GoHuskies.com, including some photo galleries and stats.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller says the game is more evidence of the muddled middle of the Pac-10.
—The Oregonian has everything you’d need on UW’s next opponent, Oregon State, though there is as yet no word on the health of WR James Rodgers, who was injured in the game and came back on crutches.

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