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October 11, 2012 at 8:52 AM

Thursday links — and live chat at noon

First, a notice that we will indeed have a live chat today at noon. So be there. Now for some links. …

— Here’s my story for the paper today on UW’s offensive line.

— The Las Vegas line has dropped to USC by 12 in a few places.

Phil Steele placed Austin Seferian-Jenkins on his mid-season All-American third team.

— ESPN.com has a USC practice report and notes the team is basically a day ahead of its usual schedule due to having played Utah last Thursday (thus having a two-day head start on preparing for this game).

— And interesting stuff here from ESPN.com on Lane Kiffin deciding to keep play-calling duties. Steve Sarkisian also calls the plays for UW.

— And USC PK Andre Heidari takes the blame for two misses last week.

— ESPN.com’s Pac-12 bloggers each pick USC to win.

— The LA Times notes USC and UCLA are each being called for a lot of penalties.

— NeonTommy offers a roundtable on USC and this week’s game.

— FoxSportsWest.com says the UW-USC game is a lesson in politics.

— He also picks USC to beat UW 34-20 and also now projects UW go to 4-5 in Pac-12 play (or 6-6 for the season).

— The AP picks USC 28-17.

— And The Sports Network picks USC 31-27.

— Lindy’s has this preview.

— ReignofTroy grades the Trojans and has a Wednesday practice report.

— Stanford coach David Shaw told ESPN.com CenturyLink Field on the night of the UW-Stanford game was the “third-loudest place” he has ever been in.

Bud Withers writes about WSU WR Gino Simone.

— Here’s the Pac-12 Rundown from The Oregonian.

— And from the Denver Post.

— And more Pac-12 links from The Spokesman-Review.

— Athlon’s examines the top Pac-12 storylines of the weekend andn also has some predictions (all picking USC).

— Conquest Chronicles examines the Pac-12/DirecTV situation.

— Safety Adam Hall, who wouldn’t have been playing next week against UW anyway, is no longer part of the program at Arizona.

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