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March 25, 2009 at 1:28 PM

Wednesday lunchtime links

Just six days away from spring football, and it sounds as if the weather may actually be okay by then.
So with football starting to heat up a little more, we’ll start to be a little more regular on here with links and other news and tidbits throughout the spring.
Here are a few links for this afternoon:
— Scout.com has released its first official rankings for the Class of 2010. Here are its top 300 players and its rankings for some of the early UW commmits, with Chris Young and Sione Potoae each awarded four stars.
— ESPN’s Ted Miller has a good interview with USC defensive coordinator Rocky Seto in which he discusses how close he came to coming to UW.
— Buster Sports’ Nick Daschel rated the defensive tackles for Pac-10 schools the last decade and has UW at No. 5. But in his notes he makes it clear that UW hasn’t been turning out a lot of real good DTs for a while.
— The LA Times has a little more on the naming of Larry Scott as the Pac-10’s new commissioner.
— The Oregonian’s Ken Goe repeats the same point I’ve pounded away on here the last few years — all those things everyone wants fixed about the Pac-10 are a lot larger than just changing the commissioner. The commissioner works for the Pac-10 presidents and CEOs. If those guys don’t want major change it isn’t going to happen. Hansen was always just a really convenient bad guy for everyone to point to. But I wouldn’t count on big changes right away, and the TV thing will always be dicey because of geography. Goe also has lots of Pac-10 links.
— This writer for Scout.com disagrees with me.
All for now.

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