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December 24, 2013 at 7:24 AM

Morning links: Sarkisian says walking away from UW was ‘very difficult’

Meatloaf, smeatloaf, double-beatloaf. I hate meatloaf.

Morning links:

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.

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