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September 6, 2012 at 9:05 AM

Thursday links — Huskies off to LSU later today

It’ll be a busy day for the Huskies, who will practice in Seattle, then board a plane for Baton Rouge to get there and get acclimated to the time change/conditions as best as possible.

— My notebook for today’s paper led with off with an item on Travis Feeney and his conversion to linebacker.

Danny O’Neil reports that Pete Carroll approved of Steve Sarkisian’s bringing in a tiger.

— ESPN.com’s Pac-12 bloggers each pick LSU.

— So does CollegeFootballTalk.

— And Phil Steele picks LSU 40-17, predicting the Tigers to outrush UW 257-68.

Bruce Feldman also picks LSU, 42-21, and says the Tigers’ O-line will be the difference.

— And SI.com’s Stewart Mandel picks LSU 36-17.

— Here’s a report on LSU’s Wednesday practice from the school’s official web site.

— More on the loss of starting left tackle Chris Faulk.

— Here’s all the LSU coverage from NOLA.com and the Baton Rouge Advocate.

— ESPN.com’s LSU site says the Tigers need a better pass rush against UW.

— The Sports Network previews the game.

— CBSSports.com with some keys to the game.

— Here are links to just about everything you could want related to the game from LSUFootball.net.

— AndTheValleyShook looks at UW’s passing game.

Jon Wilner says it’s a big week for the Pac-12 to show something on a national stage.

— Here’s what to watch in the Pac-12 in week two.

— Athlon’s updates its coach’s hot seat ratings.

— An update on Oregon’s attempts to drug tests its athletes.

— The Oregonian’s daily Pac-12 rundown leads off with some thoughts on UW trying to beat the heat at LSU.

— And lots of links around the conference from The Spokesman-Review.

— What’s the one stat Chip Kelly cares about the most?

— The Tucson Citizen with a good story on a walk-on linebacker from Seattle making a big impact for the Arizona Wildcats.

— And if you’re going to Baton Route, take comfort in knowing it’s one of Erin Andrews’ favorite college towns.

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