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December 13, 2012 at 8:35 AM

Thursday morning links — Huskies back on the field

The big push to the Las Vegas Bowl begins today.

After practicing intermittently since the bowl date was announced, UW will now be on the field basically every day until the Dec. 22 game, beginning with a practice later this afternoon.

I’ll have some notes, quotes and video from that workout later today.

For now, a few links. ….

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller with best- and worst-case scenarios for every Pac-12 bowl team.

— Yahoo.com’s Pat Forde picks Boise State, 21-18.

— More on Boise State’s slow ticket sales.

— The Idaho Statesman breaks down the bowl games.

— A Boise TV station looks at some of Justin Wilcox’s ties to Boise State.

— SportsBook.com has early Heisman odds for 2013.

— More rumblings this morning on the Big East breaking up.

— No UW mentions, but some interesting stuff in Mike Farrell’s weekly recruiting column on Rivals.com.

— WSU released the results of its investigation into the football program last night. Christian Caple also has more on that plus plenty of other links.

— Here’s The Oregonian’s Pac-12 Rundown.

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