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Morning links: Farria, Mathis coming along for Huskies

Post by Christian Caple on Nov. 6, 2013 at 6:00 am with 2 Comments »
November 6, 2013 12:12 am

The mornings are getting colder. And darker, it seems, despite the clock change last week. What better to brighten your day than a whole bunch of links to stories about college students who play football? Nothing, you say? Well golly, you’re in luck!

Our story in today’s newspaper focuses on the rise of freshmen defensive ends Marcus Farria and Joe Mathis, who Steve Sarkisian said will continue to work into the mix defensively.

We also have this college basketball column, taking a look at the impact of the new hand-checking rules as Washington prepares for its exhibition game against Central Washington. That game tips off at 7 p.m.

— Some Pac-12 power rankings from the UW Daily.

— Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre is seeing more passion from his players.

— The Buffaloes want to execute better in the red zone.

— Great story here from Bill Plaschke about a USC walk-on.

— UCLA is readying for Arizona’s potent running attack.

— USC defensive end Morgan Breslin won’t play against California.

— Speaking of the Bears, a couple of their players got in a fight, which isn’t good news.

— Utah’s defense again has its work cut out for it against Arizona State’s offense.

— Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota has an aura of excellence.

— Oregon State’s kicker challenges his critics to teach him how to kick.

— Arizona State lost athletic director Steve Patterson to Texas.

— Arizona’s kicker is finding his groove.

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

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  1. backspin says:

    Nice writeup on the progress and potential of Mathis and Farria, CC. The more they contribute, the fresher the D-line will be throughout the game. Hopefully it leads to more pressure on the QB. That will generate turnovers.

  2. Onewoodwhacker says:

    Agree backspin!

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