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March 10, 2010 at 4:38 PM

UW apparently does breakfast well; and more bad news at Oregon

Here’s more detail from NFL.com on how Pro Day went at UW today for the two most draftable Huskies — Donald Butler and Daniel Te’o-Nesheim.
The story seems to indicate that it was Te’o-Nesheim who most impressed the scouts today — he apparently weighed in at 267 pounds while running a 4.67 40.
Or maybe what they’ll remember most is the “fabulous breakfast” that the story also notes that the representatives from 22 teams were treated to beforehand. Sadly, no details on the breakfast itself (Waffles? French Toast? Inquiring minds want to know). Maybe we can get these cooks to come up to the press box on game days in the future.
Also, lots more bad news at Oregon today, including charges finally coming down against Jeremiah Masoli, a development that could obviously have huge ramifications on the Pac-10 next season. If this somehow sidelines him for the season, it might change the conventional wisdom that the Ducks are the team to beat in 2010. And, I guess, pass the mantle right back to USC — not sure who else would deserve it.
Anyway, the best place to keep up with it all — and it’s pretty easy to get out of the loop on this story as something new seems to happen every five minutes — is probably right here.
Also, Ted Miller neatly summarzies today’s events. Nick Daschel, meanwhile, says Masoli should be suspended immediately.

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