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October 28, 2012 at 9:24 PM

Sunday night links

It”ll be another early Monday getting up to Seattle for the Husky Roundtable on KJR-AM — listen here, it’ll begin around 8:20 a.m. with myself, host Mitch Levy and Hugh Millen and Chuck Nelson.

So since I’ll have to get out the door quickly, consider this something of an early Monday morning links entry. …

— Here’s my story for the Monday paper noting how the Huskies now hope to take their home success on the road. UW is 4-1 at home this year, 0-3 on the road, but now finishes with three of four on the road.

Bud Withers writes the weekend proves it’s a whole new world in the Pac-12.

Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com calls UW the most inconsistent team in the country noting the two wins over top 10 teams and three losses by 30 points or more.

— Here are ESPN.com bowl projections of UW going to the Vegas or Kraft Fight Hunger.

— Here are some thoughts from Oregon State coach Mike Riley’s Sunday teleconference. He says he wishes the Beavers had run more and gone outside more one-one-one in the passing game.

Jeff Faraudo has some notes on Cal following its 49-27 loss to Utah.

— Here are some Cal injury updates.

— The SportsChatPlace has already weighed in on Friday’s game and says to take Cal.

— Lindy’s has a good overview of the Bears following the Utah loss.

— SI.com’s Stewart Mandel points out that if Oregon beats USC then Arizona will control its own destiny in the Pac-12 South.

Chris Polk fielded a kick return for the Eagles Sunday for what I think is his first career NFL action.

— One-time UW signee (Class of 2008) Dominique Blackman has been dismissed at Idaho.

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