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October 30, 2011 at 9:05 PM

Sunday night links

The 24-hour rule hasn’t even passed yet, but it’s already time to start thinking about a new week — and it’s not just any week but Oregon week, one that has not been kind to Washington the last seven years. UW fans won’t want reminding of the stats but they are what they are — the Ducks have won seven in a row against Washington, all by at least 20 points.

I’m sure we’ll talk about that and a lot more on Monday morning at 8:20 on the Husky Roundtable, which I will attend along with host Mitch Levy and former Huskies Hugh Millen and Chuck Nelson on KJR-AM.

Here are a few more links and notes. …

— Here’s my story for the Monday paper, wrapping up the Arizona win and looking ahead a little while also focusing on Chris Polk.

Jerry Brewer asks if it’s possible Polk isn’t getting enough credit.

— The Times will host a live chat with former UW linebacker Dave Hoffmann tomorrow at noon.

Bud Withers assesses the weekend that was in the Pac-12.

— UW has announced the activities for Saturday’s game, among which will be honoring the seniors, since it will be their final game in Husky Stadium, if not their official final home game.

— Here’s the Husky Highlights Show from the guys at the UW Daily.

— Here’s a list of everyone who voted for UW this week, the highest votes coming from a pair of other Pac-12 writers, Jon Wilner and Kyle Ringo of Boulder.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller picks UW to go back to the Holiday Bowl.

— Oregon coach Chip Kelly held a conference call with Oregon media tonight and said he has not decided on a starting QB for Saturday’s game. Here’s a report from Eugene Register-Guard.

— Here’s The Oregonian’s report on Kelly’s call tonight. Here’s a bunch of other Oregon links from the Oregonian.

— Here’s a statistical comparison of UW and Oregon from the Eugene Register-Guard.

— The Arizona Daily Star grades the game from an Arizona viewpoint.

— Here’s one thing UW fans and Lane Kiffin have in common — anger at Pac-12 officials for calls made over the weekend.

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