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August 31, 2008 9:27 AM

Sunday morning links

Posted by Bob Condotta

Admittedly maybe not a game anyone wants to read more about, but I'll pass along a few links anyway:

--- Our coverage today included my game story, a notebook focusing on the team's youthful roster, Jerry Brewer's column stating the Huskies were "awful in every way,'' and Jerry's blog recapping the game, stating that the loss might be looked at "as the unofficial end of the Willingham era.''

--- The Eugene Register-Guard looks at how Oregon had to scramble due to injuries at the QB spot. Here's a link to all the RG coverage including this post from columnist George Schroeder who says Oregon's excitement has to be tempered by the knowledge that Willingham "is not long for Seattle'' and that "Washington is not good. Not good at all.''

--- The Oregonian's John Hunt has these post-game ruminations led off by this depressing stat for UW fans --- Oregon has outscored UW 50-3 in the fourth quarter of the last three games between the two teams. Hunt also has this game story.

--- ESPN.com's Ted Miller has this look at the game, and these post-game thoughts, as well as his usual exhaustive around-the-conference links. Miller also has this post asking "where was all that speed'' UW has been said to be recruiting?

--- The Oregon school newspaper has this story on Jake Locker's thought's following the game including Locker's assertion that the Oregon defense was "running all kinds of stuff'' and that he said "I need to get the ball out quicker.''

All for now.

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