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December 12, 2007 at 3:37 PM

Schedule changes announced, more

The schedule changes we wrote about here the other day have become official.
Here is the list of changes for UW and all other Pac-10 teams as announced by the conference today:
Washington:
Washington at Oregon – move from Sat., Sep. 13 to Sat., Aug 30
Oklahoma at Washington – move from Sat., Sep. 20 to Sat., Sep. 13
Washington at California – move from Sat., Oct. 11 to Sat., Dec. 6
Arizona State:
Oregon at Arizona State – move from Sat., Oct. 18 to Sat., Oct 25
California:
Washington at California – move from Sat., Oct. 11 to Sat., Dec. 6
Oregon:
Boise State at Oregon – move from Sat., Aug. 30 to Sat., Sep. 20
Washington at Oregon – move from Sat., Sep. 13 to Sat., Aug. 30
Oregon at Purdue – move from Sat., Sep. 20 to Sat., Sep. 13
Oregon at Arizona State – move from Sat., Oct. 18 to Sat., Oct. 25
Oregon at USC – move from Sat., Nov. 22 to Sat., Oct. 4
Oregon State:
Add game at Penn State on Sat., Sep. 6
Oregon State at Utah – move from Sat., Sep. 6 to Thu., Oct. 2
USC at Oregon State – move from Sat., Sep. 27 to Thu., Sep. 25
Oregon State at Stanford – move from Sat. Oct., 25 to either Thu., Aug. 28 or Sat., Aug. 30
Stanford:
Oregon State at Stanford – move from Sat., Oct. 25 to either Thu., Aug. 28 or Sat., Aug. 30
USC
USC at Oregon State – move from Sat., Sep. 27 to Thu., Sep. 25
Oregon at USC – move from Sat., Nov. 22 to Sat., Oct. 4
ON ED ORGERON: A lot of you have asked about former Mississippi coach Ed Orgeron, wondering if he could land at Washington should the Huskies have some defensive coaching openings soon.
Bruce Feldman of ESPN, who knows Orgeron well through the writing of his book Meat Market, which detailed Mississippi’s recruiting last season, talks about Orgeron’s future in his blog today and writes that he could be next in line to be the DC at South Carolina working for Steve Spurrier, an idea also floated in this story with some comments from Orgeron.
Feldman writes that Orgeron is going to “sit and see what actually is his best option, whether that’s move to the NFL or staying in the college game. I know he’ll be tempted by the NFL and the change of pace where it’s ‘just ball’ but I suspect passing up a good college offer would be very hard for him.” Feldman says Orgeron’s name has surfaced at “a bunch” of different schools.

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