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Morning links: Day after Oregon

Post by Christian Caple on Oct. 13, 2013 at 6:00 am with No Comments »
October 13, 2013 12:29 am

Another year, another morning-after-Oregon filled with links about a Washington loss. Let’s get to them.

— Here’s our game story and notebook, as well as Todd Dybas’ sidebar about Bishop Sankey, Ryan Divish’s sidebar and this column from John McGrath.

— Scroll on down the page for a bunch of video and quotes and such on the blog.

— The Seattle Times: Oregon kept the Huskies in its shadow by wearing them down in the fourth quarter.

— We posted this poll question last night about the perceived outlook of UW’s season.

— The UW Daily writes about Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota and UW quarterback Keith Price.

— The Everett Herald joins the chorus touting Mariota’s Heisman candidacy.

— Pat Forde of Yahoo covered the game, and wrote this column about whether Marcus Mariota might be the best player in Oregon history.

— George Schroeder of USA Today covered the game, and wrote about — you guessed it — Mariota.

— Greg Bishop of the New York Times writes that the UW-UO rivalry remains one-sided.

— Stewart Mandel of Sports Illustrated also writes about Mariota.

— Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports writes that Oregon could be looking at a national title.

— John Canzano writes about Mariota in the Oregonian. The Ducks answered a lot of questions on Saturday.

Elsewhere in the Pac-12 …

Arizona State 54, Colorado 13 — UW’s next opponent scored 47 points in the first half of this game, then coasted to an easy win. This felt familiar for the Buffaloes.

Utah 27, Stanford 21 — The biggest upset in the country on Saturday was also Utah’s first signature win as a member of the Pac-12. Stanford can probably forget about playing for the national championship.

UCLA 37, California 10 — This was easy for the Bruins, though they didn’t look all that great. Cal falls to 1-5 as things just keep getting worse.

Oregon State 52, Washington State 24 — The Beavers forced about 56 turnovers in the fourth quarter and ran away with this one because of it. The Cougars need to win two of their final five games to qualify for a bowl game.

Christian Caple can be reached at christian.caple@thenewstribune.com. Twitter: @ChristianCaple

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