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October 29, 2013 at 9:23 AM

Morning links: Time for UW’s young receivers to step up

Washington's Jaydon Mickens reaches for the pylon as he scores in the fourth quarter against Stanford. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Washington’s Jaydon Mickens reaches for the pylon as he scores in the fourth quarter against Stanford. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

The Huskies will have their regular media availability after practice today and Wednesday, the final availability of the week.

Links:

— The loss of Kasen Williams to a broken leg opens the door for more opportunities for young receivers Jaydon Mickens, John Ross and Damore’ea Stringfellow. Here’s Steve Sarkisian on Mickens’ big game against Cal: “We had some pretty favorable matchups with him one-on-one with safeties and Jaydon can really run. We saw that in the short game but he got opportunities down the field with these safeties one-on-one and Keith (Price) recognized it and got him the ball and Jaydon made his plays.”

— The News Tribune’s wrapup of Sarkisian’s Monday press conference.

— The UW Daily with notes out of Monday press conference.

Sankey or Carey?

A look at this week’s matchups around the Pac-12. Colorado plays at UCLA at 7:30 p.m. Saturday on Fox Sports 1, a game of great interest for UW, as the Huskies play the Buffs and Bruins next.

The Buffaloes expect to face a fired-up UCLA team.

Brett Hundley’s passing numbers took a big hit against Oregon.

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