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November 1, 2010 at 10:17 AM

A few Monday notes

The depth chart and notes for this week are out, though I can’t find it on-line to link yet.
Of note — Cody Habben is again listed as a starter at right tackle ahead of Erik Kohler, who got the start there against Stanford. The rest of the line remains the same as it was against Stanford with Senio Kelemete at LT, Ryan Tolar at LG, Drew Schaefer at C and Colin Porter at RG.
Chris Izbicki is again listed as a starter at TE after sitting out against Stanford with a foot injury.
No other significant changes though I always caution that more sometimes emerges later in the day Monday on the depth chart and injuries once we hear from UW coach Steve Sarkisian when he meets the media at noon (which you can access here).
As for the TV situation for this week, the broadcast team will again be Carter Blackburn, Mike Bellotti and Brock Huard for what I think is their fourth UW game this year (including the wins over USC and OSU). The game is on ABC regional.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— Our news side today produced this story on the challenge of staging the UCLA Thursday night game.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller has UW ninth in his Pac-10 power rankings.
— Here’s everything you need to know about Oregon from Ken Goe’s blog at The Oregonian, which also includes some other Pac-10 links.
— Goe also has lots of updates on his Twitter page.
Rob Moseley of the Eugene Register-Guard breaks down how UW and Oregon compare statistically — and obviously not a pretty picture for the Huskies.
— Moseley also has lots of updates on his Twitter page.
More later.

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