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July 29, 2009 at 9:57 AM

Wednesday links

Notes on UW’s schedule and former Husky Bradly Roussel in this edition. …
— Roussel, a native of Baton Rouge who redshirted last season as a linebacker, has transferred to Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, La. NSU is a member of the FCS, meaning Roussel is eligible to play immediately. The Demons play in the Southland Conference and are picked sixth this year out of eight teams by Lindy’s.
Nick Daschel has a list of five things to watch in the Pac-10 this season and says that UW is the team that can’t start the season quickly enough.
— The Wiz of Odds has this note on Michigan State playing Montana State this season. How is that relevant here?: Because that drops Michigan State off the list of teams who have never played a lower-division school in football. The four remaining are Washington, USC, UCLA and Notre Dame.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller has an interesting item on Dennis Erickson and the evolution of the spread offense. And how is that relevant here? Note the name of the QB in what Miller cites as the breakout game for Erickson’s offense — Steve Clarkson. That’s the same Steve Clarkson who, as Miller points out, is now a noted QB guru whose current students include Nick Montana.
— Miller also highlights UW today in his series updating what happened to teams “while you were on vacation.”
All for now.

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