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July 21, 2009 at 8:30 AM

Tuesday links

And some baseball news thrown into this one. …
Nick Montana is participating this week in the Elite 11 QB camp. ESPN.com has a report here, which is led off by the news that Jesse Scroggins, who had been considering UW before Montana committed, will commit this week to either USC, Florida or Tennessee. As for Montana, the author notes he was “very smooth and consistent” throughout the day and “appeared to be extremely poised.”
— Montana is also mentioned — sort of — in this LA Times column on what has been learned during the summer passing leagues that also has some stuff on other big-name recruits.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller looks at the classes of 2006 for the Pac-10 and concludes that UW’s class “still doesn’t rate as a bust” despite the team’s record of late due in large part to the contributions of Jake Locker and D’Andre Goodwin.
Nick Daschel’s Pac-10 on $1000 series originates today from Seattle.
— A guy who covers Cal explains why he has UW rated No. 9 on his Pac-10 pre-season poll.
— More evidence of why trying to schedule wins isn’t as easy as some think as San Jose State has pulled out of a game at Arizona State in 2010 to take a bigger payday to go to Wisconsin, instead.
— Now for some baseball news, as had been rumored previously, former UW coach Ken Knutson will join the staff at Arizona State as a “volunteer coach.” Knutson’s contract at UW runs through the 2010 season, so this means the Huskies will be paying him next season while he coaches at Arizona State.
— A Yahoo Sports columnist, meanwhile, says the UW coaching search “has been full of drama” and that the search has at times left many in the college baseball community “scratching their heads.” Knutson was fired on June 22.
All for now.

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