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June 20, 2010 at 10:06 AM

Sunday links

Happy Father’s day links. …
— Times columnist Bud Withers compares how UW dealt with its sanctions in the 1990s compared to what USC is faced with now and says the Trojans have more to overcome.
Percy Allen looks at the distance between all the cities in the new Pac-12 and what might have been.
John Henderson of the Denver Post breaks down how the Pac-12’s new TV deal may work and concludes each school should get around $14.5 million or so.
— The Boulder Daily Camera concludes that “a gold mine” awaits Colorado in its move to the Pac-12.
— The Salt Lake Tribune examines the history of Utah’s athletic program and its move to the Pac-12.
— Former WSU athletic director Jim Sterk, now at San Diego State, has some interesting comments on expansion, and says that he’s not sure the Pac-12 would have taken Colorado had it known that the other Big 12 schools weren’t coming along.
— ESPN.com http://espn.go.com/blog/bigeast/post/_/id/10163/looking-at-pac-10big-east-matchups-in-2010, including the Syracuse-UW game.
John Taylor of College Football Talk says that if he were a betting man, he’d take a long look at Jake Locker and Kellen Moore for the Heisman Trophy.
All for now.

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