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September 8, 2010 at 8:30 AM

Wednesday morning links — Pac–10 ADs to talk again today

As Bud Withers notes, today could be another big one for deciding the future of the conference as the Pac-10 athleltic directors are scheduled to have a conference call to talk about how to split up the new alignment, and revenue sharing.
Nothing, likely, will be decided today, but another step in the process, nonetheless.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— The Syracuse Post-Standard looks at how the Orange might try to defend Jake Locker Saturday.
— The Post-Standard also has a look at Syracuse’s secondary and an injury report.
— Here’s the USA Today team report this week for Syracuse and Washington.
— ESPN.com says this could be the breakthrough win Syracuse has been looking for.
— Find everything you need about Syracuse here.
— UW remains favored by 13 to 13.5 points.
— The Sports Network thinks UW will beat that spread, picking the Huskies UW 31-17.
— A Syracuse fan blog has a few thoughts on the game.
— Former Husky Mark Bruener has returned to the Steelers’ organization as a scout.
— Another former Husky, Stanley Daniels, may end up starting for the Denver Broncos this week at left guard.
— Lots of Pac-10 notes from Michelle Smith at Fanhouse.com.
Vince Grippi has lots of Pac-10 links after his obligatory WSU news.
All for now.

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