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Morning links: Wrapping up the Huskies' win at Colorado

Who's got two thumbs and was dumb enough to stay the night in Boulder before an 8 a.m. flight out of Denver? This guy! But this guy also has links recapping Washington's 38-23 victory over Colorado yesterday, so here you go:

--- Here's our game story, our sidebar on Dante Pettis and notebook.

--- More on Shaq Thompson's big day and the Huskies' win from Adam Jude.

--- Larry Stone writes about Thompson, UW's "running backer."

--- Ryan Divish writes some more about Pettis.

--- Pettis sparked a come-from-behind victory.

--- Some game highlights as broadcast by UW play-by-play man Bob Rondeau.

--- Colorado faltered in the second half.

Elsewhere in the Pac-12 ...

USC 44, Washington State 17 -- The Trojans had little trouble dispatching the Cougars in the fog of Martin Stadium. WSU quarterback Connor Halliday suffered what appeared to be a serious injury.

California 45, Oregon State 31 -- The Bears were led by running back Daniel Lasco and his three touchdowns. ... Sean Mannion set the Pac-12 passing record in defeat.

Arizona State 19, Utah 16 (OT) -- The Utes still haven't beaten Arizona State since 1976. ... ASU moved into first place by itself in the Pac-12 South.

UCLA 17, Arizona 7 -- The Bruins were good, but not great. ... The Wildcats were neither.

Oregon 45, Stanford 16 -- Oregon has a Stanford Problem no more. ... Here's what went wrong for Stanford.

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

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