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November 6, 2010 at 8:01 AM

Saturday links — Gameday edition

Links compliled while heading down I-5, riding shotgun with Jerry Brewer — which may be better than taking a shotgun snap in Autzen today. …
— Here’s my preview, focusing on Washington trying to embrace an underdog role today.
— The Eugene Register-Guard writes that “Odds are Ducks take Dawgs for a walk.”
— The Register-Guard looks at the key matchups today and has an X’s and O’s breakdown with Ken Woody, a former UW assistant and Oregon player.
— The Oregonian’s preview reprises some of the comments made earlier this week by former UW QB Hugh Millen.
Ken Goe also has a rundown of all the relevant news and links on today’s game.
— The Portland Tribune has some notes on the game.
—- The Go2Guy has to be right one of these days, doesn’t he? He picks UW to beat the spread and WSU to win today.
— Interesting breakdown of the top QB prospects by Scouts, Inc., which has Jake Locker No. 2 behind Andrew Luck.
— UW commit Austin Seferian-Jenkins had six catches and a touchdown in the first half last night, but his HS career is over as Gig Harbor was defeated by Rogers.
Mason Kelley wraps up all the high school action last night including details on an amazing game for Mercer Island High QB Jeff Lindquist, who may be the top recruit in the state for the Class of 2012.
— UW commit Aubrey Coleman had a big game last night, as well.
— The Salt Lake Tribune analyzes Utah’s 2011 schedule.

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