Meatloaf, smeatloaf, double-beatloaf. I hate meatloaf.
— Keith Price is looking for his first bowl victory for UW.
— Notebook: Bishop Sankey to make a decision on the NFL after the Fight Hunger Bowl.
— Transcript of Marques Tuiasosopo‘s press conference in San Francisco on Monday.
— Regardless of what happens in the bowl game, this season has been “a success” for BYU.
— BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe, who won three Super Bowls with the 49ers, is pulling double duty this week.
— UW’s seniors have proved to be “real leaders of men.” (Amen.)
— Boise State QB coach Jonathan Smith, headed for UW after the bowl season, will coach against his alma mater in the Hawaii Bowl today.
— Something is rotten with the Joe Southwick situation at Boise.
— An ESPNLosAngeles Q&A with Steve Sarkisian, who says “I’ve always considered myself a part of the Trojan family.”
— An interesting USC podcast with guest Colin Cowherd of ESPN, a Washington native. Among the many topics, Cowherd says USC’s negotiations to get Justin Wilcox are complicated (which we’ve been saying all along with that $1 million buyout in Wilcox’s contract).
— Cowherd suggested that one reason Sarkisian might prefer Wilcox to Clancy Pendergast is that Pendergast doesn’t want to recruit.
— Ex-Husky Dave Christensen plans to run an up-tempo, spread attack as Utah’s new offensive coordinator.