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October 18, 2012 at 8:56 AM

Thursday links — and live chat at 12:30 p.m.

I’ll begin with a reminder that I’ll hold a live chat today at 12:30 p.m. Now for some links. …

— The UW Alumni Association reports that it is hosting a Washington Warm Up, presented by Miller Lite, at the Tucson Marriott University Park starting at 4 p.m. on Saturday prior to the UW-Arizona game.

As the press release states:

The Husky Marching Band and Cheer Squad will be on hand to pump up the crowd, and admission ($10 UWAA members/$15 non-members) gets you one ticket for beer, wine or soft drink (additional beverages and food will be available for purchase inside). Souvenir buttons will also be given to all attendees. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time at here or at the door.

— Also, you can check out the list of official viewing parties here.

— GoHuskies.com updates Austin Seferian-Jenkins’ good words off the field.

— The Derek Johnson-Kyle Benn-Matt Rogers weekly podcast is now available.

— The ESPN blog guys each pick Arizona.

— The College Football Matrix picks UW.

Jeff Faurado picks Arizona.

— Here’s more on Arizona linebacker Sir Thomas Jackson, a walk-on from O’Dea High.

— The Arizona Daily Star reviews some Arizona numbers through the first half.

— The Tucson Citizen has more on the on-field reunion of the Tutogi brothers, including Taimi’s stated disappointment that Arizonan didn’t offer Thomas a scholarship.

— The Tucson Citizen previews the weekend.

— Big game tonight in the conference in Tempe with Arizona State hosting Oregon. The Oregonian has all you’d need to know.

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

— And lots more Pac-12 links from the Spokesman-Review.

— Looks like Jake Locker will be back for the Oct. 28 Titans-Colts game.

Jon Wilner makes some picks for all-conference honors and other awards at the midway point.

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