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September 28, 2012 at 4:20 PM

Friday afternoon links

Catching up on a few links. …

— My story for Saturday’s print edition is actually on-line already. Here it is, and it takes a closer look at the defensive effort Thursday night.

Jerry Brewer chips in with his regular “three likes and three dislikes” from the game.

Bud Withers with some thoughts on the game and what it means.

— Despite some reports/rumors to the contrary, defensive end Marcus Farria of Peoria, Ariz., told Mason Kelley of ESPN’s HuskyNation that he remains committed to UW. He did say, however, that he plans to take all five of his visits.

— Kelley also wrote that the win sent a message to recruits considering UW.

Ted Miller ponders what it says about the Pac-12 that LSU crushed UW and UW beat Stanford.

— The LA Times says Stanford’s loss is bad news for the Pac-12.

— PacificTakes examines the good, bad and unknown of the game.

— SI.com’s Stewart Mandel says the game shows every week matters in college football, and makes a good point about the transitive property being hard to apply.

— Here’s the report from Saturday Blitz.

— Some thoughts on the game from Jon Wilner.

— Finally, here’s a link to about three minutes of highlights from the game.

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