Good morning. Steve Sarkisian addresses the media later today, as is customary on Mondays during the season. And the Huskies return to action on Saturday against Colorado after taking a bye last week.
For now, we have links.
— Steve Sarkisian is mentioned in this Jason La Canfora report about USC’s coaching job.
La Canfora writes: “Sources said that University of Washington coach Steve Sarkisian was well positioned to land that position, though a recent three-game losing streak may have cooled his star some.”
— Washington’s next opponent, Colorado, tries to keep a positive attitude despite losing a bunch of games.
— USC is off to a good start in November, and coach Ed Orgeron wants to build off it.
— UCLA has to emerge from the crowded Pac-12 South race to make the conference championship game.
— Oregon State wishes it had played smarter against USC.
— Oregon’s kicker is motivated not to quit by his family.
— Stanford is preparing for its showdown with Oregon this week.
— Scary story about an airplane mishap involving Arizona State coach Todd Graham and his son (an ASU assistant).
— Utah wants to feel better vibes this week when it plays ASU.
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