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Morning links: Huskies trying to slow Beavers’ passing game

Post by Christian Caple on Nov. 20, 2013 at 6:00 am with No Comments »
November 20, 2013 11:33 am

Wednesday is upon the Washington Huskies (and everyone else), as we dive into another morning of links …

— Our story in today’s newspaper looks at the challenge presented by Oregon State’s passing game.

— UW received a commitment yesterday from a local running back for the class of 2015.

— The Seattle Times: the Huskies are keying on OSU receiver Brandin Cooks.

— ESPN.com: UW’s game against OSU is “the Frustrated Bowl.”

— The UW Daily has some Pac-12 power rankings.

— Oregon State isn’t worrying about Keith Price’s playing status.

— Oregon’s top cornerback makes his family proud.

— Myles Jack says he’s “just following orders” by playing running back, and also addressed a question about whether he has animosity toward UW.

— USC’s second-best receiver might be getting some more attention.

— An Arizona State linebacker knows he has to be ready.

— Arizona might have to be perfect to beat Oregon.

— A California receiver is a friendly rival of a Stanford receiver.

— Utah’s backup quarterback wants to keep his team’s bowl tradition alive.

— Who will win the Buffalo Heart Award this season at Colorado?

In basketball news …

Arizona State won at UNLV, 86-80.

Oregon beat Utah Valley, 69-54, at home.

Arizona beat Rhode Island, 87-59.

And USC beat Cal State-Fullerton, 76-62.

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

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