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Morning links: Wrapping up a tough day for the Huskies' offense

Let's get to the links on the morning after Washington's 20-13 loss to Stanford to open Pac-12 play.

--- Here's our game story, focusing obviously on Washington's offensive woes.

--- And our sidebar focusing on Korey Durkee's big day punting.

--- And some additional notes in our notebook.

--- John McGrath writes that UW could use another Bishop Sankey.

--- Here's the game story from Adam Jude.

--- Jerry Brewer writes that Chris Petersen showed little faith in his defense and a lack of belief in his offense.

--- Here's the story from the Everett Herald.

--- Shaq Thompson wasn't enough, writes the UW Daily.

--- Stanford got a lift from a pregame talk from Richard Sherman.

--- The Cardinal overcame three turnovers.

--- Stanford's defense looks even better so far this season.

In other Pac-12 action ...

--- Washington State rallied from a 21-point first-quarter deficit to beat Utah, 28-27, in Salt Lake City.

--- USC thumped Oregon State, 35-10.

--- California won a wild one over Colorado, 59-56, in double overtime.

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

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