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March 6, 2009 at 4:05 PM

Friday afternoon links

With spring practice beginning for some Pac-10 schools, nearing for others, there’s a little more reading material out there. So here goes. …
— Former UW beat writer Ted Miller chatted on ESPN.com today and said that he expects USC’s Aaron Corp to be the top passer in the Pac-10 next year and for the Huskies to get “a couple of wins.” He also called Oregon’s cheerleaders the best in the Pac-10 (wondering how much research he did on that?).
— Miller also has this look at Pac-10 safeties, putting UW in the “We’ll See” category.
— SI.com says that one of the burning questions of this Pac-10 season is whether the two Washington schools can combine for more than two wins this year (though it didn’t give an answer. My answer? What the heck? Why not?).
Nick Daschel has this look at the beginning of spring practice around the conference.
— The Oregonian’s Ken Goe with some interesting links around the conference.
— In case you missed it, Damon Huard signed with the 49ers yesterday.
All for now.

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