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September 29, 2011 at 8:25 AM

Thursday links — Live chat at noon

A quick reminder that we’ll host our weekly live chat at noon today. Now, onto the links. …

— Our main story today took a look at the progress of tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who shows every indication of joining the list of great UW tight ends. That’s not a topic he really wants to discuss now, however, as he’d prefer to concentrate more on simply getting better.

You can see some more of what Seferian-Jenkins said in the video below:

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— Our weekly look back at the 1991 team features the 54-0 win over Arizona.

— Here’s info on a Tyee Club viewing party.

— A nice story on UW stats guy Craig Hayamoto.

Ted Miller picks Utah 27-24.

— Miller also says to watch for Chris Polk and Jordan Wynn this weekend.

Jon Wilner picks UW to beat the spread but Utah to win the game.

Vince Grippi picks UW to win.

— Washington is mentioned a few times in the Wall Street Journal’s look at training table.

— Yahoo.com’s weekly look at the Pac-12 includes the thought that UW could win 10 games this year.

— The Deseret News features Keith Price.

— The Deseret News also says the Utah offense is looking to start more quickly.

— The Salt Lake Tribune reports on Utah’s preparation for UW’s offense.

— Here’s a look at some things to do if you are going to Salt Lake City.

— A Utah TV web site offers a preview of the game.

— Here’s a pretty detailed breakdown of Utah’s defensive philosophy.

— And here’s USA Today’s team report on Utah with a scouting report on the game. Here’s a similar team report on UW.

Chris Dufresne of the LA Times says expansion is creating new rivalries — such as UW-Utah, maybe?

— Here’s today’s entry in the Arizona Republic’s examination of the BCS.

— Tampa Bay wants to get Mason Foster on the field even more.

— Here’s a good rundown of all the key games of the weekend.

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