There’s no debating these links. …
— Former Husky Donald Butler was named the AFC’s Defensive Player of the Week.
— Nice story here from The Oregonian on Justin Wilcox’s return to his native state.
— SBNation ponders if the UW defense is for real.
— The Eugene Register-Guard breaks down why Oregon keeps getting night games.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller says the game is “just business.”
— The Huskies are selling T-shirts celebrating the Stanford win.
— The Autzen Zoo provides some numbers.
— The AP says Oregon is finding balance in Pac-12 play.
— Jon Wilner has UW fifth in his Pac-12 power rankings and says Wilcox is earning every penny.
— Stanford’s rushing attack against UW is on the waiting list of the Bottom Ten.
— This is either an eye test that only a Grateful Dead fan would love, or a good statistical breakdown of the UW-Oregon game.
— CollegeFootballTalk predicts a 56-21 Oregon win and says “this game is going to get ugly.”
— Phil Steele, meanwhile, calls it 42-17.
— And The Sports Network picks Oregon 45-31.
— Interesting stuff from Yahoo.com on going for it on fourth down — UW had two big fourth-down conversions last week but is actually just 4-9 on fourth down this year, ninth in the Pac-12 (Oregon has converted 8-12 and is tied for first with Arizona State).
— Miller also has a detailed look at the sticky situation at Cal.
— Finally, a reader passed this along and suggested it might be a good tutorial for a UW fan attempting to understand Oregon’s offense. I agree, so here it is:
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