It’s getting late, but wanted to pass along a few links of our coverage and a few other things before calling it a night.
Also, at the bottom is a poll that asks a simple question — how would you grade the season opener? The first quarter was just about an A-plus. But it felt more like a C from there on out, which adds up to a passing grade, which is what UW ultimately got, earning a win — the obvious ultimate goal — but showing lots of room for improvement, especially with the schedule ahead.
Before the poll, though, a few links. …
— You can find all of our coverage here.
— Here’s my game story.
— Steve Kelley says UW will need a lot bigger game from Keith Price to have a chance at LSU.
— Here’s my notebook, including why Rocky Long never kicked the ball.
— Percy Allen breaks down the improvement of UW’s defense. (And speaking of the defense, the picture is of Will Shamburger gathering the fumble he returned for a touchdown that proved vital in the win).
— Jerry Brewer says the CLink isn’t quite Husky Stadium.
— Here’s the 2-Minute Drill with some nuts and bolts.
— Here are the stats.
— Mason Kelley has this instant analysis on ESPN.com’s Pac-12 blog.
— In other Pac-12 games: Colorado State beat Colorado (story here); Nevada upset Cal (story here); USC hammered Hawaii (story here); Oregon clobbered Arkansas State (story here); and Arizona needed overtime to beat Toldeo despite gaining 624 yards, second-most in school history (story here).
— Good roundup of the week that was in the Pac-12 from CBSSports.com.
Now, here’s the poll: