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November 22, 2010 at 9:09 AM

Monday morning links and notes

And it’s a snowy Monday here in Seattle, which I mention in part because it could impact how much time I have for the blog today — anticipating some slow rides up and back to UW today. But we’ll do what we can. In the meantime, a few links. …
— Former Oregon coach Mike Bellotti withdrew his name from the Colorado coaching coaching search yesterday.
Bud Withers looks at the Pac-10 weekend that was and wonders if Cal will have enough in the tank to want to take on UW Saturday.
— The Orange County Register reported last night that Rick Neuheisel plans to talk to the Pac-10 about the hit by Nate Williams on Richard Brehaut in Thursday’s game.
— BruinsNation.com has what it calls “more sad numbers” on UCLA football, including some interesting ones on the fourth quarter of the UW game.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller has UW fourth in his weekly Pac-10 power ratings. As he writes, it’s pretty hard to distinguish teams 4-10 right now in the Pac-10 right now, and that order could just about flip by the end of the season and no one would be surprised.
— I can’t find anything on Cal this morning. What there is of UW’s other remaining opponent, WSU, can be found here in Vince Grippi’s links.
— Included is this column from John Blanchette that WSU AD Bill Moos’s silence on Paul Wulff’s future indicates he’s not planning on bringing Wulff back, regardless of what happens in the Apple Cup.
— And as always, UW coach Steve Sarkisian will meet the media today at noon. We’ll have coverage of that here later.

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