It’s a Tuesday that feels more like a Wednesday. These links still feel like links.
— Our story in today’s newspaper examines the need for Washington to “take the next step” as it heads to UCLA for Friday’s game.
— Here’s a transcript and video of coach Steve Sarkisian’s media availability yesterday afternoon.
— The Seattle Times: Three Huskies explore their heritage with trips to the museum.
—UCLA running back Myles Jack won Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week … and he’s a linebacker.
— USC might have to re-recruit some older players to keep them from entering the NFL Draft.
— California has a conundrum with some of its football personnel.
— Oregon State paid a lot of money for a couple of bad football and basketball losses.
— Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota says he will play this week.
— Colorado and California are partners and misery.
— Utah is preparing to face Mariota.
— Arizona State showed some restraint in beating Utah.
— A Washington State receiver enjoys some early success.
In basketball news …
— Arizona beat Long Beach State 91-57. The Huskies play LBSU on Nov. 30.
— Stanford dropped its second game, 112-103, to BYU.
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