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October 31, 2013 at 8:50 AM

Morning links: For UW receivers, it’s next man up

UW wide receiver Kevin Smith leaps over Cal safety Cameron Walker to gain 12 yards and a first down on a pass from Keith Price as the University of Washington takes on Cal at Husky Stadium. (Bettina Hansen/The SeattleTimes)

UW wide receiver Kevin Smith leaps over Cal safety Cameron Walker to gain 12 yards and a first down on a pass from Keith Price as the University of Washington takes on Cal at Husky Stadium. (Bettina Hansen/The SeattleTimes)

Morning links:

The Huskies will miss Kasen Williams most on third down.

Williams had successful surgery on Tuesday.

It’s next man up for UW’s receiving corps

— Colorado first-year coach Mike MacIntyre is learning to be patient.

Colorado star receiver Paul Richardson (ankle) hopes to play at UCLA on Saturday.

UCLA is looking to regain its big-play ability.

Oregon State’s defense prepares for a USC offense that is better than you think.

— Another ex-Oregon player weighs on “spoiled” Ducks fans.

Some scary story lines from around the Pac-12.

The NCAA adopted a few minor rule changes on Wednesday, one involving a new dead period in recruiting from mid-December to mid-January during bowl season.

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