A few more notes worth passing along (it’s either this or keep watching that Jets-Ravens debacle). …
— A reminder that I’ll be on the Husky Roundtable again tomorrow on KJR-AM at around 8:20 a.m. with Mitch Levy, Hugh Millen and Chuck Nelson.
— I’ve been asked if there’s a replay of the Utah game on the schedule. ROOT Sports will show the game again Monday at 7 p.m. (This is updated from the earlier post).
— A couple of the more noted computer ratings have pretty contrasting views on the Huskies. Richard Billingsley, one of the six computer rankings used in the BCS, has UW 13th after this weekend’s games. The Sagarin Ratings, meanwhile — also used in the BCS — have UW 35th, a spot behind Utah, which obviously seems a little odd given the events of Saturday.
— Bud Withers notes it was the first time since Oct. 18, 2003, that UW and Washington State each won road conference games.
— Withers also writes that UW and WSU greeted the two Pac-12 newbies somewhat rudely.
— ESPN.com’s Brad Edwards and Mark Schlabach now each project UW to make a return visit to the Holiday Bowl.
— In case you missed it, Jake Locker made his first regular-season appearance today, though his only stat was an incomplete pass as he played some mop-up duty late in Tennessee’s win over the Browns.
— Donald Butler had five tackles, two for a loss, as the Chargers improved to 3-1.
— Dashon Goldson had 10 tackles and a fumble recovery for the 3-1 49ers.