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October 9, 2011 at 10:02 PM

Sunday night/Monday morning links

UW’s bye is over and the Huskies now begin in earnest their preparation for Saturday’s game against Colorado — the first of seven straight Pac-12 games in seven weeks, and a stretch that obviously will now determine the course of the season.

Here are some links and notes to get you started on a new week. …

— A reminder that there will be a Husky Roundtable Monday morning on KJR-AM around 8:20 a.m.

— Also, UW coach Steve Sarkisian will hold his usual Monday press conference at noon, available on KJR-AM and UWTV.

Bud Withers looks at the weekend that was in the Pac-12.

— The Boulder Daily Camera examines UW as it kicks off its coverage of the week.

— More Colorado news is available on the Denver Post’s Colorado blog.

— The Post’s game story noted the porous condition of Colorado’s secondary.

— The Huskies are 36th in the Sagarin Ratings.

— The line on the Colorado game has gone down just a little bit, to 14 at a couple of places.

Mark Schlabach has UW going to the Sun and Brad Edwards has the Huskies in the Holiday in ESPN’s latest bowl projections.

Ted Miller also has UW going to the Sun.

Jon Wilner has UW rated 20th in his AP poll this week.

— Here’s the updated PollSpeak page on UW, showing their highest ranking on any AP poll is No. 18

— Oregon coach Chip Kelly said Sunday night there is no timetable on a return for LaMichael James.

— More on James, as well as a bunch of other links, from The Oregonian.

— The Tucson Citizen says Arizona fans are losing faith in coach Mike Stoops, who will bring his team to Husky Stadium on Oct. 29.

— WSU coach Paul Wulff is lamenting the missed opportunties against UCLA and pondering whether Jeff Tuel will play this season.

— Utah is wondering where it goes from here.

— Wrapping up some news on Huskies in the NFL: Dashon Goldson had four tackles as the 49ers beat Mason Foster and the Bucs by the rather shocking score of 48-3 — Foster had three tackles and a fumble recovery; and Donald Butler had four tackles and an interception as San Diego beat Denver.

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