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October 29, 2012 at 9:32 PM

Monday night links

It’ll be another early morning of practice and interviews at UW. So consider these the Tuesday morning links a few hours early. …

— Here’s my story for the Tuesday paper based on some of what Steve Sarkisian said in his Monday press conference about the UW offense.

Bud Withers looks at which Pac-12 teams benefited the most and least from the teams they miss in conference play.

Jerry Brewer with three likes and dislikes from the UW-Oregon State game.

— Interesting stuff from CBSSports.com’s Dennis Dodd on the schools — Washington among them — who use a consulting firm that gives schools an “NFL agent car wash.”

— This is an ESPN Insider piece, but in it Mel Kiper Jr. ranks Shaq Thompson as one of the top five underclass defensive backs.

Jon Wilner grades the week for Cal and says there is no reason the Bears can’t beat UW.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller rates UW sixth in the Pac-12 this week.

— Huskies eighth in the CBSSports.com Pac-12 poll this week.

— ESPN.com’s Kevin Gemmell says it’s hard to imagine Jeff Tedford walking the sidelines at Cal next season.

— CoachingSearch.com has an interesting breakdown of the sack differential for every team in the country. UW is 108th, with the good news that it’s ahead of a few teams it still has yet to play.

— Here is some video from today of OSU receiver Markus Wheaton talking about the hit he took from Sean Parker and his health.

— OSU also has gone back to Cody Vaz as its starting QB.

— CadChicaSports provides a breakdown of the weekend in the Pac-12.

Jake Locker is still out with a shoulder injury.

— Finally, here’s the early preview of the game from the Pac-12 Network featuring analysis from Rick Neuheisel and Glenn Parker:

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