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October 31, 2010 at 9:27 PM

Late Sunday night-Early Monday morning links, notes

I’ll be on the Husky Roundtable tomorrow morning at 8:20 a.m. on KJR-AM with Mitch (who, of course, is the Mitch in Mitch in the Morning), Chuck Nelson and Hugh Millen. Guess there’s a little bit to talk about. You can tune in here.
Anyway, getting up there in the morning means no time to post anything until afterward. So let this entry suffice as the usual morning links post.
— Here’s my story for Monday’s paper on the challenge for the Huskies this week.
Bud Withers has his weekly Monday look back at the Pac-10 weekend that was.
— GoHuskies.com also looks ahead to the Oregon game.
— Oregon is now also No. 1 in the BCS standings. But Ducks coach Chip Kelly said today that UO won’t overlook the Huskies because every game is the team’s Super Bowl. “And this is our Super Bowl this week,” he said.
— Here’s everything else you might need about Oregon from the Eugene Register-Guard.
Ted Miller’s updated bowl projections no longer include the Huskies.
— ESPN’s bowl projections also no longer include UW (and also predict that the Pac-10 may not fill all of its six bowl slots).
— The San Francisco Chronicle’s weekend review notes that Oregon is on pace to record the second highest points-per-game average in history (54.9) and that Andrew Luck is now the leading rusher among QBs in the conference (with 345 yards).
— Former Husky Marcel Reece had a big game for the Raiders in their win today over the Seahawks.

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