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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

March 31, 2010 at 9:44 AM

Wednesday morning links

A reminder that the Huskies are off today before hitting the field again Thursday at 4 p.m.
Here’s my story wrapping up day one of spring ball, focusing on the move of Clarence Trent to football and defensive end, which will be one of the most intriguing stories to watch of the season.
In other news. …
— BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall said Tuesday the team may not name a starting QB until the week of the opener against the Huskies on Sept. 4.
— Here’s a web site devoted to all things Jake Locker (though this has nothing to do with whatever it is the school is cooking up as part of a Heisman campaign).
— The big news as Oregon began spring ball yesterday was that Jeremiah Masoli attended practice, helping out mostly at receiver, giving all indications that he plans to stick it out through his year on suspension and then play again for the Ducks in 2011.
— An update on Nebraska includes the news that Bo Pelini doesn’t want to release a depth chart until next August at the earliest.
— Syracuse had three fights in 45 minutes of a scrimmage Monday. The Orange come to UW on Sept. 11.
Ted Miller has a nice look at Arizona State, which concludes with coach Dennis Erickson promising that “we’ll be a lot better next year.
— As UCLA begins spring ball, coach Rick Neuheisel is hoping the Bruns will “let the fur fly” and won’t go over the wall.
Ken Goe has lots of Pac-10 links and also notes that Oregon State has a fair share of issues entering spring practice.
— The Orange County Register has five observations on USC’s first day of spring practice.
— Former Husky RB Willie Griffin has landed at Portland State.
Jim Moore says he hopes the Huskies go 0-12 but that Locker wins the Heisman (a feat that would be about as impossible as Moore making any money on his bets).
All for now.

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