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December 27, 2013 at 9:40 AM

Gameday links: Graduate assistant Danny Razore relishing ‘experience of a lifetime’

Washington team manager Justin Jolly checks off the name of players and staff that will board team busses for AT&T Park where the Huskies will have their final walk through before Friday's Fight Hunger Bowl game with BYU. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Washington team manager Justin Jolly checks off the name of players and staff that will board team busses for AT&T Park where the Huskies will have their final walk-through before Friday’s Fight Hunger Bowl game with BYU. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Happy gameday everyone. A reminder that the Fight Hunger Bowl kicks off at 6:30 p.m. at AT&T Park for an ESPN broadcast. Myself, Larry Stone and photographer Dean Rutz will be there for The Times, and we’ll host a live chat to preview the game starting at 5:30 p.m. here.

Some links:

— For UW, it’s finally back to football (on a baseball field).

— Graduate assistant Danny Razore has taken on a greater role these past few weeks, and he’s relishing the opportunity.

Larry Stone on Marques Tuiasosopo, who has “handled an awkward situation with grace.”

UW bottom line won’t change much, if at all, from its Fight Hunger Bowl appearance.

— The Fight Hunger Bowl is a chance for UW to usher in a new, winning era.

— SI.com’s Stewart Mandel breaks down the UW-BYU matchup and picks the Huskies to win, 34-17.

— The bowl preview from The Associated Press.

— A breakdown of the matchup from the Salt Lake Tribune.

— The Cougars are hoping for a fast start against the Huskies.

— Stanford coach David Shaw says he’s excited for Steve Sarkisian.

— USC’s special teams coach will not be retained on Sarkisian’s staff.

— Former Oregon coach Mike Bellotti on the end of the BCS era.

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