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November 18, 2011 at 8:54 AM

Friday links — Chat reminders, Montana steps in, and more

We’ll be on our way soon down to Corvallis. But not before we have another special live chat today at noon with UW athletic director Scott Woodward. We try to get Woodward on here once a year or so to talk about what’s going on in the athletic department, and there are no lack of topics, with the stadium renovation, conference expansion, etc. So stop on by. …

IN OTHER NEWS. …

— Here’s our story on the news of yesterday, that Nick Montana will get his first career start Saturday against the Beavers. There’s a poll included, as well.

— CoachSark’s site with some pictures of Thursday’s practice.

— Here’s the report from GoHuskies.com.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller says a break might help Keith Price.

— The line has remained UW favored by 1.5-2.5 despite the change in quarterbacks.

— Dr. Saturday leads off his morning roundup with the news about Montana.

— As a reminder, here’s a link to the Husky Stadium web cam.

Bud Withers writes that it’s kind of a light weekend overall in college football.

Jon Wilner picks Oregon State.

— Here’s the Oregon State rundown from The Oregonian.

— Included is this story on OSU’s seniors, who will be playing their final home game Saturday.

— The Corvallis Gazette-Times says OSU will have to stop Chris Polk, and has a few other notes on the game.

— The Corvallis Gazette-Times details all that is happening at the OSU game.

— The Portland Tribune features James Rodgers, who can become OSU’s all-time leading receiver Saturday.

— There’s a lot going on in high school football this weekend and here are links to all of our previews. The highlight is the big Bellevue-Lakes game.

Jim Moore revisits the 2008 Apple Cup as only he can (or would).

— I always like Bruce Feldman’s “stats that matter” columns.

— Lots of Pac-12 guys, but no Huskies, in a FoxSports.com mock draft.

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