Heading to Montlake in a couple hours to watch the early portion of Washington’s football practice, but had time last night to put together these links.
— Our story in today’s paper is about coach Steve Sarkisian’s comparison of the second half of the season to the way UW has played in the second half of games so far.
— Adam Jude of The Seattle Times hands out position grades at the midway point.
— Sarkisian is trying to avoid another 7-win season.
— The UW Daily writes about Sarkisian’s proclamation of this being “the biggest game of the season,” in a couple different ways.
— Looking back at Arizona State’s win over Colorado.
— Arizona’s second-string running back won’t likely take carries from Ka’Deem Carey.
— UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley could make his case for the Heisman with a strong performance at Stanford.
— USC’s running game is benefiting from the return of Silas Redd.
— Jon Wilner grades Stanford’s week.
— Utah quarterback Travis Wilson makes difficult plays look easy.
— There’s no time for Washington State to sulk after its brutal loss to Oregon State.
— Marcus Mariota handles the Heisman hype just fine.
— Oregon State’s offense thrives off forced turnovers.
— Colorado won’t look past Charleston Southern, its replacement opponent for the cancelled Fresno State game.
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