Steve Sarkisian meets with reporters later this afternoon, as No. 16 Washington begins preparations to host No. 2 Oregon. Let’s get to the links.
— The big news yesterday was the announcement that ESPN College GameDay will be in Seattle this weekend for the UW-Oregon game.
— Here’s a post with some more on the debate about whether Stanford was faking injuries on Saturday night.
— Adam Jude of The Seattle Times looks ahead at the weekend.
— Oregon coach Mark Helfrich said he thinks UW is playing really well in all three phases. Must not have watched Stanford’s kick returns.
— Bruce Feldman writes a little about Saturday’s UW-Stanford game.
— Washington State is preparing for a big challenge against Oregon State.
— Oregon State is continuing on its steady road to improvement.
— USC receiver Marqise Lee is questionable to play against Arizona this week.
— UCLA’s secondary answered some questions by intercepting six passes against Utah.
— Speaking of Utah, the Utes are preparing for a tough Stanford team.
— Colorado’s defensive numbers don’t look great, but the Buffaloes are making progress.
— A statistical correction gave Cal quarterback Jared Goff a single-game passing record.
— More on Stanford’s big special-teams performance against the Huskies.
— Arizona’s kickers have been inconsistent and want to improve.
— Arizona State coach Todd Graham is telling his team it’s a new season after a shaky 3-2 start.
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