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December 8, 2009 at 7:41 PM

Tuesday night links

Time to catch up on a few links after a busy couple days wrapping up the season. …
— If you missed it on the hoops blog, Lorenzo Romar chimed in on the Jake Locker situation today.
— ESPN’s Ted Miller differs from the coaches and puts both Donald Butler and Daniel Te’o-Nesheim on his All-Pac-10 team.
Phil Steele unleashes his own All-Pac-10 team and has Butler on the first team and has Chris Polk, Jermaine Kearse and Erik Folk on the second team and Locker, Te’o-Nesheim and Mason Foster on the third team.
Nick Daschel ranks all the recent Pac-10 champs and says the ’91 Huskies are still the best. Former Oregon coach Mike Bellotti also praised that team today, saying on an interview I heard on ESPN Radio that the ’91 UW team was the best he ever coached against.
Jon Wilner gives Cal an F for last weekend.
— Miller has this look at the Huskies going forward.
All for now.

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