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October 3, 2011 at 9:01 PM

Monday night links

The Huskies practiced in the Dempsey Indoor today for about 90 minutes or so, the first of three workouts they will hold during their bye week. They will also practice on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon and then take off through the weekend.

As UW coach Steve Sarkisian said at his press conference today, he thinks it’s the perfect time for a bye, with the Huskies having played five games and then having seven left after the break — I detailed some of what he said in this story for the Tuesday paper.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

Bud Withers weighs in on the quarterback controversy at BYU involving Jake Heaps.

— Utah coach Kyle Whittingham with a few more thoughts on Saturday’s loss to UW in his press conference comments today.

— Here’s a little more post-mortem from Utah including a health update on QB Jordan Wynn.

— Colorado, which is UW’s next opponent on Oct. 15, has to play at Stanford this week, and also is losing the ball of football head games, according to The Denver Post.

— The Oregonian has some good stuff in its Pac-12 Roundup.

— UCLA is changing its policy on detailing injuries, a topic that The Oregonian also wrote about over the weekend, detailing the practice and injury policies of every team in the Pac-12.

Ted Miller writes that there are lots of teams not playing great defense in the Pac-12.

— Here’s a brief note on Jake Locker’s NFL debut on Sunday and a quote here from Mike Munchak on getting Locker in the game.

Mason Foster had four tackles as Tampa Bay beat the Colts on Monday Night Football.

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