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February 22, 2010 at 4:15 PM

Monday links and notes

Still in Vancouver, where I’m settling in for another night of Ice Dancing — and there can never be enough of that.
Seriously, this is a big deal at the Olympics — it’s a “ticketed” event for the media, meaning unlike most events, we have to sign up and then be given a ticket along with our credential. No ticket, no entry, because interest is so high. The only other ticketed events so far were the Opening Ceremonies, US-Canada hockey, and the men’s ice skating final. Anything else, just show your credential and you are in.
Anyway, killing some time here until all the fun starts and figured I’d at throw up something on here to at least turn the page from the last thread:
— The Long Beach PostSports.com has news of a couple of Steve Sarkisian getting the first offers in to a couple of juniors from Long Beach Poly — Corey Waller and Kameron Jackson.
— I don’t have to worry about readers of this space missing on the latest bad news coming out of Oregon — though it is head-spinning trying to keep up with it all. So I’ll just pass along a couple things — this from Nick Daschel saying Chip Kelly is doing all he can; and this from John Canzano, who says he’s not.
— The Bellingham Herald has a nice story on Jake Locker’s younger sister.
— ESPN’s Ted Miller wraps up the links from what has been a surprisingly news few days in the conference for February. The Bob Gregory stuff is especially interesting.
— Miller also has this look at Pac-10 attendance.
— ESPN’s Mike Sando offers a look at the schedule for the upcoming NFL Combine. UW’
s Donald Butler and Daniel Te’o-Nesheim are each expected to participate.
— The Bleacher Report conjures up 10 steps for UW to win the Pac-10. If I had more time I’d argue with a few of them — not sure what avoiding a team-wide “sophomore slump” really means, for instance. It’s 2011 I’d be more worried about a dropoff given the QB situation. But I’ll save that for another day.
All for now. Ice Dancing awaits.

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