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June 4, 2010 at 2:09 PM

ESPN ranks UW’s Class of 2011 15th, and a couple other notes

ESPN has released its first recruiting rankings for the Class of 2011, and has UW at No. 15.
The writeup singles out DE/TE Aubrey Coleman and RB Brendon Bigelow as notable recruits, though as has been widely reported in recent days, Bigelow is now a soft verbal at best to UW.
That ranking puts UW third among Pac-10 schools, with USC at No. 10 and Stanford No. 13.
ESPN lists UW with two four-star recruits (Coleman and Bigelow) and seven three-star out of its 12 commits.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— Here’s a good wrapup of the Big 12 meetings and where things stand at the moment expansion-wise from the Associated Press.
Jon Wilner analyzes the revenue breakdown of the SEC and how that compares to the Pac-10 (short version — the SEC makes a lot more than the Pac-10).
Chris Dufresne of the LA Times has a great analysis of how expansion as it relates to the Pac-10 and says that so far, there’s a lot of smoke but not a lot of fire — and not to expect any news from the Pac-10 meetings this weekend.
All for now.

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