Good morning. There’s no media availability on Montlake today, as the bye week rolls on for Washington. But we do have links, so keep reading.
— Our story in today’s newspaper focuses on Washington’s receivers, and the need for different players in that group to step up now that Kasen Williams is out for the season.
— The Seattle Times also writes about UW’s receivers.
— The UW Daily: It’s next man up for the Huskies receivers.
— A Colorado linebacker is playing better, but also performing well in the classroom.
— UCLA safety Anthony Jefferson is a big contributor on the Bruins’ defense after missing time due to injury.
— A pair of banged-up USC players are probable to play Friday against Oregon State.
— Arizona State still has to prove it can win on the road, which it can do tonight at Washington State.
— Speaking of that game, Utah will have a close eye on it.
— Oregon State thinks USC’s offense is better than you think.
— The drama surrounding dismayed former Oregon football players keeps getting more interesting in Eugene.
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