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July 13, 2009 at 10:07 AM

Monday links

Day four of rehab (from knee surgery, I should make clear) and boredom is starting to set in. But that leaves plenty of time to tool around the net, so here’s some of what I found that may be of interest. …
— Buster Sports rates all 30 Pac-10 non-conference games with UW checking in at 24 (Idaho), 16 (Notre Dame) and six (LSU)
— Speaking of the Notre Dame game, ESPN.com’s Brian Bennett considered UW as one of the Irish’s greatest opponents to fear this season before settling on Pitt.
— Thanks to the Wiz of Odds for this link from Pikes Peak, which is stating what it calls “the greatest tournament of all time,” a simulation of a tournament of the top 2,048 teams of the past 32 years. The ’91 Huskies have advanced to the final 64.Looks like the ’84 Huskies also made a healthy run before losing as did the 97 Huskies. (And boy does this really seem like an amazing amount of work).
— Former Husky Joe Lobendahn is struggling with a shoulder injury in the CFL.
UPDATE — Since first posting this,was forward this link on the rosters for the Elite 11 QB camp being announced. Among the attendees will be Nick Montana and Jake Heaps.
— Outside of UW, Greg Hansen of the Arizona Daily Star has an interesting column on the future of UA athletic director Jim Livengood. He also has a note near the bottom on a contract breakdown between UA and its local FSN affiliate, the kind of think that could push the conference even more toward forming its own network.
— The New York Times college sports blog has this breakdown of UCLA, which it rates at No. 52.
— Former Oregon WR Aaron Pflugrad talks here about his decision to go to Arizona State.
All for now.

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