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November 15, 2011 at 9:31 AM

Tuesday links — Will we get word on the quarterback situation today?

Right now, that’s the big question looming over Saturday’s game — who will be the quarterback for the Huskies?

We may get definitive word later today.

The news that Keith Price was having an MRI and could be held out this week was obviously the big story of yesterday, and was the focus of my story for our Tuesday paper. Obviously, a start by Nick Montana would make this game even more intriguing and should it be made official in the next day or so, will color all of the pre-game talk heading into it.

Interestingly, UW’s quarterback uncertainty hasn’t seemed to have much impact yet on the betting line, which already had dropped to as low as 1.5 in favor of the Huskies at one book. It’s been taken off at two books listed there, but otherwise has pretty much remained static. We’ll see if that changes pending an official announcement in the next day or so, as well.

— IN OTHER NEWS. …

— Also in our paper today, a former local announcer recalls when the Husky Stadium press box was “males only.”

— CoachSark’s site with photos of the day.

— Here’s the Monday report from GoHuskies.com.

— Here are Oregon State’s official game notes.

— Here are all the relevant stories on Oregon State from The Oregonian’s OSU blog.

— That includes this story on how ineffective Oregon State’s running game has been of late.

— The Corvallis Gazette-Times takes a look at UW.

— And you can always find lots of good OSU stuff on Cliff Kirkpatrick’s blog.

— USA Today’s bowl projections have UW going to the Sun Bowl.

— SBNation has UW to the Holiday, though I do think a repeat will be avoided if it can be.

— The Eugene Register-Guard includes Chris Polk on its list of Pac-12 players who could leave early.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller takes a quick look at all the Pac-12 games this week.

— Lots of Pac-12 links from Vince Grippi.

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