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November 7, 2010 at 7:40 PM

Sunday night links

No game this week, but it will still be a usual Monday in some ways. UW coach Steve Sarkisian will hold his usual weekly press conference at noon. You can access it here.
And yours truly will also again be on the Husky Roundtable on KJR-AM 950 at roughly 8:20 a.m.
Now for some links. …
— Here’s my story for Monday’s paper noting the tough stretch UW just completed and what still remains.
Bud Withers says it’s hard to see Oregon losing the rest of the way.
— GoHuskies.com also looks at what’s ahead for the Huskies.
Jon Wilner looks at the bowl chances for Pac-10 teams as does Ted Miller, who concludes that just five teams may get invites, and that UW won’t be one of them.
— Here’s one ranking of UW as having the toughest schedule in the country, though you’ll note that all 10 Pac-10 teams are rated in the top 11, so it’s also mostly an acknowledgement of the quality of the Pac-10 and that its teams don’t play as many cupcakes as others.
— Nice feature on former Husky Marcel Reece today in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Daniel Te’o-Nesheim was again inactive for the Eagles.
— Oregon remained No. 1 in the BCS after beating UW but may have an issue at backup QB with Nate Costa possibly out with a knee injury suffered against the Huskies.
— Former Husky Reggie Rogers is in trouble again for DUI.
— Here’s actually a handy one-stop link for the box score for every Pac-10 game from the weekend.
All for now.

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