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April 8, 2010 at 8:03 AM

Thursday a.m. links and notes — Te’o-Nesheim featured in ESPN magazine

Got my latest editon of ESPN Magazine in the mail last night, and there on page 73 was a picture of a snazzily dressed Daniel Te’o-Nesheim staring back at me.
Actually, Te’o-Nesheim was with four other prospective NFL Draftees, part of something ESPN has done for three years now where it brings five of what it calls “midround prospects” to New York “for a little taste of the NFL Dream.”
Others were Cincinnati QB Tony Pike, Auburn RB Ben Tate, Penn State LB Sean Lee and Vanderbilt CB Myron Lewis.
Te’o-Nesheim is wearing a sweater by Parish Nation (that’s not named after Robert Parish, is it?) and sneakers by Nike for Foot Locker (should have given him the True Religion sneaks Lewis got to wear so he didn’t have to help advertise the evil empire funding all things Oregon).
There’s also a shot of him with the group in a club with a little profile that leads off saying “believe it or not, the Huskies’ all-time sack leader is incredibly laid-back.” Not so hard to believe for anyone who met him here as from day one, he was one of those soft-spoken, hard-hitting kind of guys. The story also indirectly quotes Steve Sarkisian as saying that Te’o-Nesheim was the “hardest-working player he’s ever coached.”
I’d link it, but the magazine’s web site still shows the April 5 issue.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— Fans of UW baseball and softball should make sure to check out the live chat today at noon with the head coaches of those two teams.
— UW is back to practice today, hitting the field at 4 p.m., presumably at Husky Stadium.
UPDATE — And an added notice that Saturday’s practice has been changed to noon. It had been slated for 1 p.m. It’s scheduled to consist of a live scrimmage (as opposed to a dead scrimmage, I guess — though a Grateful Dead scrimmage would be interesting) so it should be a good one to see. So again, Saturday is at noon.
Ken Goe has his daily Pac-10 links with lots of stuff on the aftermath of the Oregon press conference on Tuesday.
— ESPN’s Ted Miller has a video interview of Mason Foster from after Tuesday’s practice and also has some of Sarkisian’s thoughts with my notepad, on the right, and Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald, on the left, getting some prime camera time (I wonder if I could sell advertising on my notepad).
— A New York Giants blogger has a breakdown of Donald Butler’s draft prospects.
— I’ll actually be in some meetings much of the day so may not be a whole lot new on here until practice.
All for now.

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