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November 10, 2012 at 9:34 AM

Gameday links — It’ll be a cold one

It’s been well-discussed that this is yet another night game for the Huskies. And an obvious byproduct of that is colder games, as well.

This one looms as the coldest yet, Weather.com showing it will be about 39 degrees at kickoff, dipping to 37 or so by the probable end of the game. Glad I’ll be in the press box.

Here are some gameday links. …

— Here’s my preview story on today’s game.

— Here’s the preview and other coverage from GoHuskies.com.

— And here’s the flipcard.

— The Pac-12 site offers this viewer’s guide, which includes a list of places to watch the game.

Bud Withers picks UW 19-17.

— ESPN.com’s Mason Kelley chatted about the Huskies Friday.

— PacificTakes says the Huskies will try to use ball control to win the game.

— And Pacific Takes also picks UW to win, 24-17.

— Here’s the preview from the Deseret News.

— And the DN offers this guide on what to watch tonight.

— :The Salt Lake Tribune says the Utes aren’t daunted by their losing streak against the Huskies.

Jon Wilner picks the Huskies.

— ESPN.com offers this breakdown of the game.

Kurt Kragthorpe of the Salt Lake Tribune also wonders why Utah is favored and picks the Huskies.

Gregg Doyel of CBSSports.com takes Lane Kiffin to task.

— Withers also previews the WSU-UCLA game and picks the Bruins.

Mike Bellotti says it’s inevitable Chip Kelly will eventually leave for the NFL.

— PacificTakes offers the day’s Pac-12 lineup and TV situations for each game.

— Lots of links around the Pac-12 from Christian Caple.

Jake Locker will return to the starting lineup for the Titans tomorrow against the Dolphins.

— UW QB commit Troy Williams led Narbonne to an easy playoff win last night.

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