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November 12, 2013 at 9:01 AM

Morning links: Huskies explore their heritage at the Burke

Hau'oli Kikaha searches through reference material for the background of islander symbols during an independent study class he and two other Husky football players are taking at the Burke Museum. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Hau’oli Kikaha searches through reference material for the background of islander symbols during an independent study class he and two other Husky football players are taking at the Burke Museum. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

I was invited to join a class with Hau’oli Kikaha, Danny Shelton and John Timu at the Burke Museum. Here’s what I found — a story of three Polynesian football players finding out about their culture, their passion and themselves along the way.

Links:

— Huskies hope to take the ‘next step’ this month as a program.

A look at where the Pac-12 stands against other conferences.

— UW’s visit to L.A. gives USC fans a closer look at Steve Sarkisian.

— UCLA linebacker Myles Jack named the Pac-12 player of the week … on offense.

Videos of Jack and Jim Mora after UCLA practice Monday.

Who is Anthony Barr?

Jake Locker is out for the season.

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