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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

September 7, 2011 at 9:04 PM

Wednesday night notes — Larry Scott live chat Thursday at noon

First off, wanted to send out a reminer that the Times will host a live chat Thursday at noon with Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott.

Here are the details and how to access the chat, which should be a good one.

And to pass the time tonight, a few more links and notes. …

— My story for the Thursday paper has been posted. I wrote about kicker Erik Folk, who was an unquestioned star of Saturday’s game. He’s been solid throughout his career but said some off-season advice from older brother Nick Folk (kicker for the New York Jets) helped him get back on track after a little of a slump late last season.

— Lots of interesting stuff from the Husky Honks today on KJR-AM, who had Don James as a special guest making some frank comments about what he saw on Saturday. Listen here.

— The Sports Network has this breakdown of the game as well as a prediction of a 31-27 win for Hawaii.

— In Bud Withers’ latest blog post, he examines why SEC lines seem bigger than those of other conferences.

— A couple of Hawaii notes here.

— The flip card for this week’s game is already available on GoHuskies.com. The head referee for the game is a veteran Pac-12 ref, Jack Wood. Recent UW games I know he has worked are the 2009 loss at Arizona State, and last year’s win at USC and Washington State.

— CoachSark’s site with some photos from today’s practice.

— This is a week old, but here’s a good breakdown of Hawaii’s offense from RalphieReport, a blog dedicated to Colorado football.

Steve Sarkisian isn’t the only Pac-12 coach trying to light a fire under his team this week. Here’s a report on Rick Neuheisel’s stern words to his UCLA team after practice Wednesday night.

— The Sporting News ranks UW eighth in the Pac-12 this week.

— Jon Wilner with up-to-the-minute expansion news.

— As might be expected, Eastern Washington’s corners graded out well.

All for now.

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