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October 30, 2013 at 9:36 AM

Morning links: Freshmen Marcus Farria, Joe Mathis emerging on UW defensive line

Morning links:

Our notebook from today leading with the improved pass rush from the UW defense and the improved play of freshmen Marcus Farria and Joe Mathis; also a note about Bishop Sankey being a semifinalist for the Maxwell Award.

— Bud Withers with a look at the Pac-12 bowl possibilities. He gives the Huskies a 20 percent chance of making the Alamo or Holiday bowls.

The News Tribune on Hau’oli Kikaha, who leads UW with six sacks after his comeback from two ACL tears in two years.

— The UW Daily’s Pac-12 power rankings.

— Offensive lineman Natrell Curtis, a UW commit, has been named to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. 

Lorezno Romar is bringing in referees to help the Huskies adjust to the NCAA’s new defensive rules.

Colorado is trying to regroup after its latest loss.

UCLA’s offense is out of sync.

A former Oregon player tells The Oregonian about his first experience as a fan at Autzen Stadium.

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