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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

June 23, 2010 at 9:29 AM

Wednesday a.m. links and notes

Hitting that time of year where finding relevant links can be a little slim, but there are a few things out there this morning:
— Here’s the feature on Jake Locker that is running in the Athlon’s preview magazine this year (they make the stories available on-line at varying times and this one just showed up).
— Speaking of Locker, he’s making a trip to the New York area early next week as part of UW’s plans to kickstart his Heisman Trophy campaign. He’ll visit a few of the media heavy hitters back there, including a trip to ESPN headquarters. This is separate of the Pac-10’s plans to take coaches back there in late July just prior to Pac-10 media day in Los Angeles (actually, Pasadena this year as it will be held instead at the Rose Bowl rather than an LA airport hotel, another of Larry Scott’s innovations).
— Nice story in The Oregonian today on UW signee James Atoe, who will play Saturday in the Les Schwab Oregon All-Star game (I wonder if the winners will get free beef).
— Interesting story out of Reno today that quotes Pac-10 associate commissioner Jim Muldoon saying he expects the conference will stay with nine conference games (that’s been the conventional wisdom all along but he’s pretty strongly on the record here saying that’s exactly how it will stay). As noted, Nevada is scheduled to play UW in 2012 and that shouldn’t have to change. The only scheduling change for the Huskies is a series with Colorado down the road that will now apparently just become conference games, with UW having to fill in with a different non-conference foe.
Ted Miller takes a look at strength coaches in the Pac-10.
All for now.

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