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September 24, 2013 at 9:49 AM

Morning links: Arizona’s B.J. Denker is the ‘mystery man’ of Pac-12 football

Arizona's quarterback B.J. Denker (7) throws out the backfield in the second half against Texas San Antonio of an NCAA collge football game, Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/John Miller)

Arizona’s quarterback B.J. Denker (7) throws out the backfield in the second half against Texas San Antonio of an NCAA collge football game, Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/John Miller)

First, a few notes from the 20-minute window of opening stretching inside Husky Stadium this morning:

— LB John Timu (shoulder) was in full pads and leading warmups for the linebackers. He was not wearing the shoulder/arm sleeve he had on pre-game Saturday. Still unclear if he’s 100 percent, but those are positive signs.

— RB Bishop Sankey (bruised shoulder) was in full pads and appeared fine, as he insisted Monday.

— DT Connor Cree was in a yellow (no-contact) jersey.

— WR DiAndre Campbell came off the edge and blocked a Zach Grossnickle punt.

A few links:

— How has the UW offense gotten this good, this fast? It started in the summer with strength coach Ivan Lewis.

— Larry Stone on the desert disaster that prompted UW’s change to a full-time up-tempo approach.

— From the Arizona Daily Star: B.J. Denker is 4-0 as Arizona’s starting quarterback, but he remains the “mystery man” of Pac-12 football.

The Wildcats need their young receivers to step up to help Denker this week.

This list of top assistant coaches around college football includes UW’s Justin Wilcox.

An early look at Week 5 games around the Pac-12.

— Mark Emmert: “A lot of change” ahead for the NCAA

— SI.com projects¬†Austin Seferian-Jenkins to go N0. 20 overall in the NFL draft.

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