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November 2, 2011 at 9:11 AM

Wednesday morning links

Here they are. …

Bud Withers tries to get to the bottom of some of the Pac-12 officiating controversies of late.

— Here’s a rewind of our chat with Lincoln Kennedy on Tuesday. And remember that we will have a chat with Steve Emtman today at noon which I will embed into the blog in a little while.

— Our Husky Stadium Memorable Moment today spotlights Hugh McElhenny.

— UW coach Steve Sarkisian was a guest on the Portland radio station 1080 on Tuesday. (Though they missed the big story in not finding out what Sark was for Halloween).

— Former Huskies Kyle Benn and Matt Rogers interview another former Husky, Dave Hoffmann.

Todd Dybas says limiting one-on-one matchups and funneling Oregon inside will be key for UW.

— The UW Daily has a look at some of the behind-the-scenes people who have kept Husky Stadium going.

— SB Nation examines how Chris Polk is used in UW’s offense.

Ted Miller does a nice job breaking down the Pac-12 tiebreakers.

LaMichael James says he’s good to go.

— The Oregonian compares James and Chris Polk and asks if comparisions even matter.

— The Eugene Register-Guard also writes about James and also has an update from Tuesday’s practice.

— The Albany Statesman-Journal says Darron Thomas will start at quarterback if healthy.

— The Sports Network offers a preview of the game as does CBSSports.com.

— CBSSports.com also has keys to the game.

— It’s an Insider story, but ESPN.com’s Greg Biggins writes about UW landing Erich Wilson and also about Brandon Beaver’s plans to visit this weekend.

— The Arizona Daily Star with more on some of the Pac-12 officiating controversies.

— Lots of Pac-12 links from Vince Grippi.

— LA Times columnist Bill Plaschke ponders the fate of the team UW faces next week, USC.

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