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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

September 23, 2013 at 10:16 AM

Morning links: Arizona linebacker Sir Thomas Jackson ‘fired up’ for Seattle homecoming

UW quarterback Keith Price narrowly dodges a tackle from Arizona linebacker Sir Thomas Jackson last year in Tucson. (Photo by Aaron Lavinsky)

UW quarterback Keith Price narrowly dodges a tackle from Arizona linebacker Sir Thomas Jackson last year in Tucson. (Photo by Aaron Lavinsky)

Happy Monday, y’all.

— Setting the stage for UW-Arizona: The Husky defense, with its new “Jetsons” package, is flying high into Pac-12 play.

My video report after UW’s victory over Idaho State.

Bud Withers says Seattle is the epicenter for Pac-12 football this weekend with the UW-Arizona and WSU-Stanford doubleheader.

— Arizona linebacker Sir Thomas Jackson, an O’Dea product, has had more than 50 requests for tickets for Saturday’s game at Husky Stadium. UW was Jackson’s dream school. Said Jackson, to the Arizona Daily Star: “I’m so excited, I can’t even describe it. It’s going to be bittersweet going up there and playing on that field in front my family. It’s the school I wanted to go to. I really wanted to play for them and stay close to home, but it didn’t get that far.”

Arizona freshman receiver Trey Griffey, slowed by a concussion, said he’s “coming along.” Here’s a story I did last month on the young Griffey.

— From SI.com: Huskies “in the mix” for Pac-12 crown.

— Question for UW fans: Would you take the Holiday Bowl right now?

UW third in these Pac-12 power rankings.

Huskies No. 16 in the ESPN power rankings.

— Really enjoying these breakdowns by former UW QB Hugh Millen on the Seahawks.

And here are UW’s official game notes released this morning. No changes to the UW depth chart:

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