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October 2, 2013 at 9:04 AM

Morning links and game notes: UW among nation’s most efficient teams

Bishop Sankey lunges for the pylon and scores on a 23-yard run in the second half against Boise State. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Bishop Sankey lunges for the pylon and scores on a 23-yard run against Boise State. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Morning links:

— In these advanced statistics from the Football Outsiders, UW ranks No. 9 in the nation in overall efficiency (their version of baseball’s OPS). Stanford is No. 5.

— And, suddenly, Stanford has more than just a hammer in its tool box.

— Through four games, Keith Price is one of the most improved quarterbacks in the country.

— Bud Withers breaks down what we’ve learned about all 12 Pac-12 teams after the first month of the season.

— The News Tribune’s Christian Caple on the new Stanford offense.

— Stanford coach David Shaw, a receiver for the Cardinal, goes “to a dark place” when thinking about UW’s defenses of the early ’90s.

Stanford running back Tyler Gaffney spent 2012 playing baseball in the Pirates’ minor-league system.

UW’s official game notes:

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