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November 4, 2012 at 7:38 PM

Sunday night links

A few more links from the weekend. Though first, a reminder I will again be on the Husky Roundtable Monday morning on KJR-AM with Mitch Levy, Hugh Millen and Chuck Nelson.

Jerry Brewer has three likes and dislikes from the UW-Cal game.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins got a helmet sticker from the ESPN Pac-12 blog.

— ESPN,com’s Kevin Gemmell sees UW headed to the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl to play Navy — and note that Navy actually clinched its berth in the game and was officially invited over the weekend.

— One line now shows Utah favored by 1.5 points.

— UW commit Troy Williams threw for six touchdowns Friday night.

— The Salt Lake Tribune reports Utah knows the road gets tougher now for the Utes, beginning this weekend.

— The Deseret News says Utah is beginning to put it all together.

Bud Withers with more on Mike Leach’s explosion Saturday night.

Jon Wilner with some strong thoughts in his review of the Pac-12 weekend.

Jeff Tedford said he hasn’t had any talks with his AD about his job (also notice a link there that Cal QB Zach Maynard did not suffer a serious injury against UW, though he may not play this week).

— Wilner with some thoughts on Tedford’s situation.

— CBSSports.com has a list of some of the hot candidates for head coaching jobs.

Stewart Mandel’s always solid College Overtime column includes some thoughts on Leach.

Marcel Reece had a big day for the Raiders with eight catches for 95 yards in a losing cause to Tampa Bay and Mason Foster (five tackles) and Daniel Te’o-Nesheim (one).

Jermaine Kearse saw his first NFL action and caught a pass in the Seahawks’ win.

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