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January 12, 2014 at 10:57 AM

Morning links: Former UW standout Joe Jarzynka still getting his kicks in

Happy Sunday, all. Hope you’re getting to enjoy some quality NFL playoff games this weekend, with an eye on the UW-Colorado hoops game at noon today.

Note that I’ll start a series of UW position-by-position breakdowns on Monday morning, beginning with quarterbacks.

Until then, a few links:

Hugh Millen analyzes the Seahawks’ victory over the Saints. It’s always interesting to get a peek into a game through the eyes of coaches and players (or ex coaches and players), and Millen does a great job.

— At 36, Joe Jarzynka is still rockin’ … for a semi-pro soccer team.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller, in his mailbag, offers answers on possible Rose Bowl scenarios in the new world of the College Football Playoff.

Lane Kiffin at Alabama? It could work.

Lorenzo Romar passed his mentor, Marv Harshman, with a milestone victory over Utah on Wednesday.

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