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March 22, 2010 at 9:22 AM

Monday links — Syracuse gets started, and a little more

As the UW basketball team heads to Syracuse for more important matters this week, maybe some of the Husky personnel can try to sneak over by the football field and take a little peek at the Orangemen.
Syracuse, which is UW’s second of three non-conference opponents next year — coming to Seattle on Sept. 11 — begins spring practice today. Here’s a good preview, noting Syracuse will have 56-57 scholarship players available for the spring, and like UW, is particularly thin on the offensive line.
Here’s another preview, focusing on second-year coach Doug Marrone.
In case you’ve forgotten, UW’s non-conference schedule looks like this: at BYU on Sept. 4, home to Syracuse on Sept. 11 and home to Nebraska on Sept. 18.
In other news. …
— Here’s another high school QB from California that the Huskies may be interested in. The story mentions that the QB, Nick Sherry of Casa Grande, has already had some talks with Steve Sarkisian.
— Here’s another update on BYU’s QB situation.
Nick Daschel asks how far Oregon will fall now in the Top 25 due to what’s happened in the off-season — his guess is somewhere around 20.
— ESPN’s Ted Miller takes another look at Mike Bellotti’s decision to leave Oregon.
Also, heading out on a family vacation this week so posts on here may be a little sporadic — though I’m thinking no one will care much due to the NCAA tourney run of the hoops team. I have a couple of things to post, and if something big happens it’ll get covered. But don’t be surprised otherwise if there isn’t much on here this week.
All for now.

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