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April 13, 2010 at 2:39 PM

Tuesday links

A few clouds, but sunny and not too bad as I settle into my seat here in the press room at UW. Looks like an outdoors practice.
Until then, a few things to read:
Donald Butler apparently has a visit scheduled with the Patriots.
— This breakdown of draft worthy defensive linemen has a few mentions of Daniel Te’o-Nesheim.
Ted Miller has more on Ohio State stealing Oregon’s signals during the Rose Bowl.
— This FoxSports.com story breaks down teams that could be BCS busters next season, including a good scouting report on BYU.
Jon Wilner has some interesting thoughts on Cal.
— Some good notes on WSU, including the news that former Seahawk Chad Eaton is in line for a spot on the staff.
— Big words from Oregon WR Diante Jackson.
Ken Goe says the Pac-10 will be so wide open this fall that everyone is a contender other than Washington State.
More later from practice.

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