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December 10, 2013 at 9:41 AM

Morning links: Huskies a 3-point favorite vs. BYU in Fight Hunger Bowl

Morning links:

— Our story on Chris Petersen‘s introduction at UW on Monday.

Jerry Brewer: Petersen looks like an ideal fit in Seattle.

— Breaking down Petersen’s five-year, $18 million deal.

Our photo gallery of Petersen’s press conference.

The AP wrapup of the press conference.

Petersen spoke of his philosophies, not of championships.

— Petersen said his teams are more than trick plays.

Can Petersen beat the Ducks?

Petersen’s interview with the Pac-12 Networks.

— Boise State is expected to name Petersen’s successor soon. Justin Wilcox is still “in the mix” there.

The Huskies are a 3-point favorite vs. BYU in the Fight Hunger Bowl.

Tracking all of the Heisman winners.

— An Oregon player has been suspended for his role in a snowball fight.

— USC practice has a different feel without Ed Orgeron there.

— Who made the better hire — UW or USC?

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