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February 5, 2010 at 8:48 AM

Friday morning links and notes

Links and notes compiled while wondering if I’ve failed as a father since my sixth-grade son has yet to receive his first college football scholarship offer. …
— Here’s a story from the LA Times with good details on USC’s offering a 13-year-old QB a scholarship. The player, David Sills, says it’s always been his dream to play for the Trojans. Ever since he was probably 12 or so. (And by the way, apparently no truth to the rumor that the NFL Draft guys say Sills just needs a little improvement on his football to become one of the top prospects for the 2019 NFL Draft.)
— A Tucson blogger was impressed with the way Steve Sarkisian used technology on Wednesday. And to think, seven years ago UW had a football coach who didn’t even know how to use e-mail.
Ted Miller writes that a couple of Pac-10 coaches were bitter on LOI Day but that they’d probably all better just get over it. He also has these recruiting notes.


Nick Daschel does something increasingly rare in sports commentary these days — some actual research — and finds that recruiting rankings can help indicate future success.
— For those wondering about Larry Dixon of Olympic High, he could be headed to Army.
Ken Goe with lots of news and links around the conference, including a few coaching moves (one at Washington State as the Cougars lose one of their better recruiters in Steve Broussard).
— Also, UWTV and uwtv.org will re-air Sarkisian’s signing day press conference
at 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7 and 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8.
All for now.

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