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November 25, 2011 at 10:08 PM

Apple Cup Friday night links

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It may be Black Friday to most of the world, but (thankfully) to me it’s just the night before the Apple Cup. So here’s a bunch of links to get you ready for a game that, regardless of record, usually yields something to remember, like the 2003 game did with Corey Williams’ winning catch (pictured in a Dean Rutz photo). …

— Here’s my preview story on the game and our scouting report, which includes a position-by-position breakdown.

— Here’s how to follow all relevant Tweets about the game.

— The Spokesman-Review’s preview focuses on WSU QB Marshall Lobbestael.

John McGrath ponders the fate of Nick Holt.

— Here’s the official page on the game from First & Goal, and our blog post from earlier in the week with other game information.

— The game will be televised nationally on Versus. Here’s how to find where Versus is on your cable system.

— Here’s a list of official viewing parties from the UW Alumni Association, as well as info on one in Tacoma. And another one in the Tri-Cities.

— Patch.com has a list of places to watch the game in the Bellevue area.

— Dawgman.com reports UW will have eight official visitors for the game. All are from out of state. The list includes defensive end Jeremy Castro of Murrieta, Calif., who recently committed to Oregon; offensive tackle Jeremiah Poutasi of Las Vegas; fullback Christian Powell of Upland, Calif.; receiver Jaydon Mickens of Dorsey High in Los Angeles; defensive end Damion Turpin of Compton; cornerback Bryan Harper of Ontario, Calif., who has already given a commitment to UW; and JC running back Kelvin York of Fullerton, Calif., listed as a soft commit to USC.

— CougCenter.com has a detailed breakdown of the UW offense vs. the WSU defense.

— The big Pac-12 news Friday was Colorado’s shocking win at Utah, which handed the South Division title to UCLA. Bud Withers ponders what it all means as does ESPN.com’s Ted Miller.

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