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December 18, 2009 at 4:40 PM

Friday links — More potential trouble for USC

We’ll start with an interesting story in the LA Times about USC investigating a possible NCAA violation involving running back Joe McKnight driving an SUV owned by a Santa Monica businessman. In an interesting twist, the businessman, Scott Schenter, is a 1985 graduate of the University of Washington. UPDATE — Here’s Pete Carroll’s response to the story.
— Former UW defensive linemen Dave Pear is featured in a sobering SI.com story in which he says he wishes he’d never played football.
— Former Seattle Times photographer Rod Mar, now doing all kinds of other photo work, has some good pictures of the Apple Cup and an interesting story behind one of them.
Jim Moore has some news on Bill Moos working for the Cougars and a transcription of some of what Steve Sarkisian had to say on the Dan Patrick Show today, an interview I didn’t hear.
Ted Miller has some interesting questions and answers, including a look at whether recruiting rankings are meaningful.
Greg Biggins has an update on DL Kirifi Taula, who is considering UW but says he has Arizona at the top of his list right now. He says in the story he will visit UW the weekend of Jan. 22.
— FootballCoachScoop.com reports that Tyrone Willingham is among the candidates at Central Michigan. His first two years as a full-time assistant coach were at CMU after his playing days at Michigan State.
All for now.

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