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Morning links: Georgia State week begins for the Huskies

Chris Petersen is scheduled to meet with the media at 1 p.m. today, as is customary on Mondays. A few players should be in attendance and available for interviews, too. For now, links.

--- Shaq Thompson collected a couple national player of the week awards yesterday.

--- Percy Allen writes in this story about why Washington scheduled a game against Georgia State, a fledgling program in its fifth year of existence.

--- Washington moved up to No. 7 in the ESPN Pac-12 blog's conference power rankings.

--- Some notes from Washington State, which debuted a white helmet at Sunday's practice.

--- NESN writes about Thompson, too, framing his football success against his rough stint in the Boston Red Sox minor-league system.

--- Rob Rang updated his 2015 mock draft, and it still includes three Huskies.

--- Georgia State, UW's opponent this week, is trying to eliminate costly mistakes.

--- Stanford's ground game was essential in its 35-0 win over Army.

--- Jim Mora isn't saying if he thinks quarterback Brett Hundley is going to play next week against Arizona State.

--- Arizona State quarterback Taylor Kelly is expected to miss 1-2 games due to a right foot injury.

--- It's time for some self-evaluation for USC after an awful loss at Boston College.

--- Oregon is preparing for WSU's "playstation" offense.

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

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