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April 4, 2010 at 4:02 PM

Sunday night links

A few links on a rainy, windy Seattle Sunday. …
Nick Daschel analyzes Washington’s schedule for 2010 and rates it a 5 out of 6 on an especially entertaining scale. I don’t disagree with his assessment — there aren’t any just gimme W’s on it anywhere.
— Should have linked this earlier, but BYU had a scrimmage Friday and Riley Nelson turned in an impressive day at QB. Riley and Skyline’s Jake Heaps appear to be the leading contenders for the QB job heading into the opener against UW on Sept. 4. BYU has one week left of spring practice. It was Alumni Day for BYU on Friday, but assuming Steve Sarkisian’s invite got lost in the mail.
— Nebraska had a 150-play scrimmage Saturday. Here’s a report from HuskerExtra.com, probably the best source of Nebraska football info.
— Syracuse is through seven spring practices and emphasizing getting better on third down this year.
— Lots of Pac-10 notes and links from Ken Goe, leading off with the news that Mike Bellotti is scheduled to meet with reporters on Tuesday for the first time since resigning as Oregon’s athletic director. Oregon’s president is also scheduled to speak then, and Eugene Register-Guard columnist George Schoeder says it’s about time.
Jon Wilner has an entertaining look at how wide open the Pac-10 figures to be in 2010.
Mark Whicker of the Orange County Register says expansion of the Pac-10 and the NCAA Tournament is a bad idea, and I couldn’t agree more.
— Former Garfield High star Deandre Coleman had been held out of some Cal spring practices to concentrate on academics, but was back on the field Saturday.
A reminder that UW is off Monday and will return to the field Tuesday at 4 p.m.

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