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September 22, 2013 at 10:15 AM

Huskies rise one spot to No. 16 in AP poll

Washington tight end Joshua Perkins gets a hand on the punt of Idaho State's C.J. Reyes in the first half on Saturday, September 21, 2013, at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Wash. Washington dominated 42-0 going into the half.  (John Lok/The Seattle Times)

Washington tight end Joshua Perkins gets a hand on the punt of Idaho State’s C.J. Reyes in the first half on Saturday. Washington dominated 42-0 going into the half. (John Lok/The Seattle Times)

After its 56-0 clobbering of Idaho State on Saturday, the Huskies (3-0) moved up one spot to No. 16 in The Associated Press Top 25 poll released this morning.

UW opens Pac-12 play against Arizona (3-0) at 4 p.m. Saturday at Husky Stadium. The game will be broadcast nationally on FOX.

The Wildcats are not ranked, but they did receive votes.

UW, meanwhile, is ranked as high as No. 12 on four ballots, and as low as 22 on three ballots. Here’s a full breakdown by voter.

A few links to wrap up UW’s nonconference finale.

As I wrote for today’s paper, the Huskies did what they were supposed to do against an overmatched FCS team. Frankly, we learned very little about the Huskies from this one. A week from now, we should have a much better sense if the Huskies can be a serious contender in the Pac-12 North.

— Notebook: Sarkisian says the penalties will be fixed.

— Percy Allen on a feel-good moment for Deontae Cooper.

— Jerry Brewer on ASJ, the man with the most popular initials in Seattle, and a man with something to prove.

The Times’ photo gallery from the victory.

— From The News Tribune: “So many cool things” from UW’s win.

The AP’s game report.

— From The UW Daily: Young pups lead the way in rout.

A lot of great stuff from the Arizona Daily Star’s college football preview section.

 

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