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July 16, 2010 at 8:42 AM

Friday links — Hundley confirms he’s down to two

Brett Hundley, apparently the top QB remaining on UW’s wish list for the Class of 2011, confirmed in a Scout.com story yesterday that he has narrowed his list of finalists to UW and UCLA.
He says UW has a “good up and rising program” and had a similar comment about UCLA. Left unstated was when he might make a decision, which some have theorized could come any day.
Hundley, who visited UW twice in the spring/early summer is a true dual-threat QB having thrown for 16 TDs last season while also rushing for more than 1,200 yards and another 12 scores.
UPDATE 10:45 a.m. — ESPN.com’s Greg Biggins also has an interview with Hundley in which he again says he’s down to UW and UCLA. He also says he hopes to make a decision by the end of the summer so it’s over before his senior season of football.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— The Sporting News says UW is one of four former powers ready to return to prominence.
— USA Today has a good look at Oregon’s athletic department in the wake of the school hirinig a new AD on Thursday.
— A North Dakota paper has a story on a former small college star who now attends UW’s Law School and has turned into a huge Husky fan.
— The Orange County Register has a pretty scathing review of Pete Carroll’s new book.
All for now.

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