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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

June 9, 2010 at 12:00 PM

Wednesday lunch links — Oregon QB Masoli off team after latest run-in with law

Does anyone know it’s June?
The college football news keeps coming fast and furious, and the latest right now is that Oregon QB Jeremiah Masoli, already suspended for the year after an arrest earlier this year, has been kicked off the team after being cited Monday might for marijuana possession.
This is also being reported on the official Twitter site of Oregon football. And this link includes the official release from the school.
Obviously another black eye for Oregon, though since Masoli was already done for this year, not a huge impact on the 2010 season in any way.
Interestingly, I was just reading through the Athlon’s preview of Oregon and there was this quote from an anonymous opposing coach: “Chip Kelly did a nice job in his first season, but he really has to drop the hammer in terms of discipline. If he doesn’t, the program will get away from him quickly.”
As for Masoli, not a huge NFL market for 5-11 QBs who don’t throw the ball all that well, so hard to know where he’s headed next. He has one year of college eligibility and would be immediately eligible at a lower-division school.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— Interesting story out of Chicago today that Big Ten expansion “will happen in steps” and that for now, Nebraska could be the only team invited. If so, a Nebraska depature might not necessarily be the big domino that many have been anticipating that would lead to a Pac-16. Many think Texas’ preference is to stay in the Big 12, and if there’s a way to replace Nebraska (already seen rumors today about BYU and Air Force as possibilities) maybe that league stays together and movement in other conference is minimal.
— Rivals.com rates the best offensive trios in college football and has UW at No. 1 with with its group of Jake Locker, Chris Polk and Jermaine Kearse.
Ted Miller wonders anew if the Pac-10 really needs to expand.
All for now.

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