And judging by the fact that I’m not sure anyone wants to read these — as well as the cobwebs still in my head from the late-night drive back — I may keep it brief.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller says Washington has regressed.
— GoHuskies.com says mistakes doomed UW.
— Here’s UW’s updated national statistical rankings showing the Huskies 105th in total defense and 112th against the pass.
— The Oregonian has a ton of links on Oregon State.
— Here’s everything relevant on the Oregon game, the biggest news in the conference yesterday.
— A little more under the radar is that Utah is suddenly right in the mix to win the Pac-12 South. If Utah beats Colorado Friday — which it will surely do — the Utes would get the title if ASU loses to Cal and UCLA loses to USC.
— Utah improved to 7-4 with an overtime win at Washington State Saturday that also ended WSU’s bowl hopes. Here’s everything on that game from The Spokesman-Review, including the news that quarterback Connor Halliday spent last night in the hospital. We should learn later today what his status will be for the Apple Cup.
— Here’s more on what may be going on with Halliday from a Spokane TV station.
— Lots of good stuff on the national scene from Rivals.com.
— Dennis Dodd says Lane Kiffin now the most popular man in the SEC.
— Scout.com looks at who is hot and who is not.
All for now.