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November 8, 2013 at 10:22 AM

Morning links: Colorado’s Sefo Liufau isn’t backing down

Morning links:

— Despite 13th straight Pac-12 losses, Sefo Liufau and the Buffaloes refuse to be pushed around. (And here is reaction from UCLA star linebacker Anthony Barr reaction after his exchange with Liufau last week.)

— Criticism is nothing new for UW’s offensive line.

— Former walk-on Evan Hudson has made a smooth transition to defense.

— Colorado receiver Paul Richardson is on the verge of breaking a couple school records.

Colorado’s standout freshman linebacker is having a record-setting season, too.

— Bud Withers with a look at Saturday’s best matchups.

Stanford dominated the line of scrimmage to shock Oregon.

The Cardinal held Oregon to just 62 yards rushing in crushing the Ducks’ national-title hopes.

Several Stanford players dressed up for the post-game press conference.

It was a painful night for Marcus Mariota.

Arizona is seeking revenge against UCLA.

— UCLA running back Jordon James won’t play against Arizona.

This is worth a listen from Rick Neuheisel.

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