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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

October 14, 2010 at 8:33 AM

Thursday morning links — A few more hurtin’ Beavers

While the Huskies their own well-documented health issues entering this game — namely how concerning is it that Jake Locker has not practiced during team drills all week? — it’s the time of year when everyon has some aches and pains.
So it is for UW’s opponent Saturday as Oregon State has a few injury issues beyond just James Rodgers, who is out for the year.
Paul Buker of The Oregonian details the injuries at the bottom of this notebook. Most notable may be that WR Markus Wheaton, who doesn’t necessarily play the same spot as Rodgers but could be asked to take over a lot of the things he did, has swelling in his knee. I actually talked to Wheaton yesterday for a story I may be doing for later this week and he mentioned the knee but said he’d be fine. But as Buker notes, there are a few other aches, as well, including TE Brady Camp again being out and starting C Alex Linnenkohl of Olympia and guard Alex Johnson also have issues.
So Saturday’s game could come down to depth, as well.
The Corvallis Gazette-Times also has a story on OSU’s injury issues and the Eugene Register-Guard has a look at Wheaton and the others who may be called on to fill in for Rodgers. And The Oregonian wraps up all the OSU news neatly here.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— Here’s my story today on Jermaine Kearse that arose from the interview referenced in last night’s blog.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller picks OSU 33-30 (and I’d bet he knows that was also the score of the 2000 game in Seattle, just in reserve).
— Miller also has his weekly list of things to watch in the Pac-10 and wonders if Locker can again get some redemption.
Jon Wilner has some interesting Pac-10-related stuff in his action/reaction column.
Vince Grippi of The Spokesman-Review, actually having a nice year on his picks, takes OSU to win 31-28. He also has a bunch of Pac-10 links.
Phil Steele predicts UW to gain 494 yards and win 38-35 — can he also do something about having my deadline moved back some if that result comes true?
All for now.

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