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November 10, 2013 at 9:41 AM

Morning links: Huskies turn attention to UCLA on short week


In the moments after their 59-7 beatdown of Colorado, the Huskies were already watching the late UCLA-Arizona game in the UW locker room. The Huskies seemed to agree with Larry Stone: The Colorado rout was nice, but it won’t mean as much if they don’t put up a fight at UCLA on Friday night (6 o’clock, ESPN2).

UW, by the way, hasn’t defeated the Bruins in the Rose Bowl since 1995.

The Huskies were scheduled to have a team meeting this evening (one normally held on Monday), and with no classes on Monday because of Veterans’ Day, they’ll practice a little later in the morning than usual. Steve Sarkisian will not hold his usual noon press conference Monday; instead, he’ll be available for a media briefing around 1 o’clock after practice.

UW will then practice as usual on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings before heading to L.A.

More links:

— From Percy Allen: UW’s defense scores two touchdowns for the first time since 2002.

Keith Price and Bishop Sankey move up notable career records lists.

The Huskies had nearly 500 yards of offense in the first half alone.

— UW finished with 628 yards after not attempting a pass in the second half.

UW was swift and efficient in beating the Buffs.

A rough night for Tacoma native Sefo Liufau.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins comes up big for UW.

The Huskies have built some momentum for a November push.

Colorado was no match for the Huskies.

— The Buffaloes didn’t have a chance.

UCLA opened as a 3-point favorite over UW, with the consensus line down to 1.5 this morning.

UCLA razes Arizona.

There is guaranteed to be a record for “Jack of All Trades” headlines this week.

Arizona’s Rose Bowl hopes will have to wait another year.

USC routs Cal to improve to 7-3.

The Bruins move up to No. 13 in the AP poll this morning. UW received nine votes; start writing your thank-you cards.

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