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October 8, 2012 at 9:42 PM

Monday night links — and a poll

The story of the day at UW — and probably of this week — is quarterback Keith Price, who by his own admission isn’t quite the same player he was a year ago.

As detailed on the blog in earlier entries, Price met the media today and talked at length about some of his struggles. Jerry Brewer also wrote a column about Price and I also wrote this notebook that leads off with some of Steve Sarkisian’s thoughts on Price as well as a few other items.

The Times, meanwhile, is asking about Price in its nightly poll. So go ahead and chime in with your own view.

What’s wrong with Washington quarterback Keith Price?

IN OTHER NEWS. …

Jayson Jenks of the Times with a good story on a local former Pac-10 official who ended up being a replacement ref.

— Former Husky player and coach Carver Gayton has authored a book on his family’s history.

— Athlon’s has UW sixth in its Pac-12 power poll this week.

— The LA Times writes about UW’s recruiting efforts in southern California.

— CBSSports.com has UW seventh.

— Here are USC’s official game notes for this week.

— Here’s a Monday USC notebook from the LA Daily News.

— The LA Times reviews the Sarkisian-Lane Kiffin history.

— Lots of stuff on the Trojans in the Orange County Register’s USC blog.

— ESPN.com’s USC blog has a first look at UW.

— ReignofTroy examines Lane Kiffin’s play-calling.

— The big news of the day in the conference was Oregon State’s announcement that QB Sean Mannion is having knee surgery and will be out indefinitely. OSU visits Seattle Oct. 27. Cody Vaz is OSU’s QB until Mannion returns.

Mike Leach with some tough talk for the Cougars.

— Jon Wilner grades the week for Stanford and Cal.

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