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March 11, 2010 at 5:40 PM

Thursday night links

A few more to pass along (sorry, my creativity has been blunted by the rare appearance of the Arizona sun — as has my spelling ability, judging by the typo of the original post).
— NFL Draft expert Rob Rang has a nice breakdown of UW’s Pro Day and notes how much Daniel Te’o-Nesheim may have helped himself.
— ESPN’s Ted Miller looks at the strengths and weaknesses of the Huskies entering spring practice. The strength? QB. Weakness? Defensive end.
— Former Husky Manse Hopoi is playing for the Kent Predators of the Professional Indoor Football League. The first home game is Friday night against Fairbanks.
— There’s way more out there on the Oregon situation than I have the time to link. But I thought this was an interesting breakdown of Jeremiah Masoli’s legal situation. Again, Oregon coach Chip Kelly is expected to hand down punishment tomorrow.
All for now.

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