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September 25, 2012 at 8:58 AM

Tuesday links — Live chat with Huard brothers at 1 p.m., and more

With the Stanford game — and the beginning of Pac-12 play for the Huskies — now just two days away, we’ll get you ready for it with a live chat today at 1 p.m. with former UW quarterbacks Damon and Brock Huard.

You can access the chat here and ask them about the UW game, and I’m sure they’d be fine with giving their thoughts on that little NFL contest that happened here last night, as well.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

— My story for the Tuesday paper looked at the challenge facing UW’s offensive line.

— GoHuskies.com writes about the emergence of DiAndre Campbell.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller also looks at UW’s offensive line and a quick glance at the week five Pac-12 games.

— Here’s a preview of the game from CBSSports.com.

— Athlon’s has UW seventh in its weekly Pac-12 power ratings.

— Here’s the weekly podcast from former UW offensive linemen Kyle Benn and Matt Rogers.

— The San Francisco Chronicle examines UW’s defensive upgrade.

Jon Wilner looks at some of what Stanford was working on during the bye week.

— Lots of Stanford notes from the school’s web site.

— The betting line has remained steady with Stanford favored by seven.

— The BettingBlogger says take Stanford.

— Here’s the Associated Press preview of the game (via Yahoo).

— The Eugene Register-Guard leads off its weekly Pac-12 notebook with a look at the UW-Stanford game.

— As does The Oregonian’s daily Pac-12 Rundown.

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

Bud Withers assesses the feelings in Pullman over WSU’s disappointing start.

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