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November 4, 2012 at 12:58 AM

Highlights — and a few links

The Huskies had the day off, but there was lots else happening. Here are some links recapping what happened. …

— Though first I will start with my story for the Sunday paper reviewing UW’s win over Cal and looking at what happens now.

— The Huskies will now play Utah Saturday with a gametime that should be announced either Sunday or Monday. Utah got an easier-than-expected win over WSU, 49-6, where the big news was the reaction of Cougar coach Mike Leach, ripping his team’s effort. Here’s Bud Withers’ column on Leach.

— And here is another story from Withers on the WSU-Utah game — which matched two of UW’s three remaining regular-season foes — and interesting aftermath.

— Here’s a story on the game from the Utah side of things from the Salt Lake Tribune. And here’s a column and a notebook that details Utah’s injuries (no new ones but a few players who sat out with existing ones) and a sidebar on kickoff returner Reggie Dunn, who had his fourth 100-yard return of the season against WSU.

— Here’s all the Utah coverage from the Deseret News.

— UW’s other remaining foe this year, Colorado, was blasted at home by Stanford, 48-0, and afterward CU athletic director Mike Bohn said changes are coming to the football program without saying exactly what those may be

— Denver Post columnist Woody Paige says this is the worst Colorado team ever.

— In other Pac-12 games: UCLA had a surprisingly easy time with Arizona, beating the Wildcats 66-10; Oregon won the showdown with USC; and Oregon State rebounded from its loss last week at UW to beat Arizona State.

— CBSSports.com recaps the weekend in the Pac-12.

— CBSSports.com also projects UW going to the Vegas Bowl to play Boise State.

Finally, here are some highlights of Friday’s game from the Pac-12’s site:

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