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November 17, 2013 at 11:33 AM

Morning links: Oregon State carries a three-game losing skid into UW matchup

It’ll be a strength-vs.-strength matchup Saturday night in Corvallis, with Oregon State’s Sean Mannion still leading the nation in passing, with 386 yards per game, and Washington entering with the Pac-12′s top pass defense, allowing 207.6 yards per.

Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at Reser Stadium for an ESPN2 broadcast.

Morning links:

Keith Price‘s status remains uncertain.

Mannion’s recent struggles continued with four interceptions in the Beavers’ third straight loss, 30-17 at Arizona State on Saturday night.

Marion Grice led the charge for ASU.

A peek at UW from OSU’s perspective.

— Ed Orgeron made a loud statement to stay as USC’s coach in the Trojans’ upset of Stanford.

— USC jumps into the AP Top 25 after the upset.

Stanford’s BCS title hopes were derailed.

Washington State stuns Arizona to move within one game of becoming bowl eligible.

— It was “a comedy of errors” for Arizona.

Marcus Mariota‘s knee may not be 100 percent, but his arm was good enough to help Oregon past Utah.

— It was another rough day for Utah’s offense.

Colorado ended its 14-game Pac-12 skid with a victory over Cal.

— A quarterback change didn’t change the results for the Bears.

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