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October 11, 2010 at 9:46 PM

Monday night links and notes

I was compiling a few of these for the morning and just thought ‘what the heck, let’s pass them along now?’
So here they are. …
— OSU WR James Rodgers is indeed out for the year with a knee injury. The Oregonian has details, as does the Corvallis Gazette-Times.
— The GT also notes that the Beavers hope to keep their momentum going against UW. OSU has won six in a row against the Huskies dating to 2003.
— More OSU coverage here from The Oregonian.
—Some interesting stuff in the updated Sagarin Ratings, which has Oregon No. 1 and Oregon State No. 11. Washington is 49th, and if you follow Sagarin’s prediction method, his ratings call for a 10-point Oregon State win Saturday.
— A couple of Puget Sound area players are in trouble over at Washington State.
All for now.

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