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March 2, 2010 at 2:19 PM

Tuesday links and notes

As noted yesterday, Stanford is the first Pac-10 team to begin spring practices, hitting the field yesterday.
As a reminder, Washington will begin spring practices on March 30, a Tuesday. The Huskies will then have three practices a week for five weeks, going on Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday the first four weeks and Tuesday-Thursday-Friday the final week so that the spring game can be held under the lights on April 30. Exact times have not yet been released but I would imagine in the afternoon on the Tuesday-Thursday workouts and probably mid-morning or early afternoon on the Saturday practices, several of which will likely be scrimmages.
Also, UW’s Pro Day is March 10. It will be open to the media but not to the general public.
Now for a few links:
— Seahawks writer Danny O’Neil includes Donald Butler on his list of players who helped themselves at the NFL Combine and that he could emerge now as a mid-round selection. I haven’t seen much on Daniel Te’o-Nesheim other than that he had a vertical leap of 37 that was among the best for DLs.
— ESPN’s Ted Miller ranks the Pac-10 schedules and has UW’s at No. 3 — exactly where I had it when I did a similar ranking in January (a rare time when we agree). He has Oregon State No. 1 and UCLA No. 2 — I had it the other way around.
Nick Daschel previews the QB position in the Pac-10 heading into the spring and gives it an A-minus.
Ken Goe with lots of other links around the conference.
— One of the more interesting of those links? An LA-area QB named Neuheisel who is waiting for an offer from UCLA.
All for now.

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