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February 1, 2011 at 8:50 AM

Dawgs still in it for Jacoby Brissett? And a few other notes

Well, it looks as if some of the other reports referenced here and elsewhere yesterday may have been premature.

In his first public statement on the issue in a day or two, the coach for QB Jacoby Brissett, Jack Daniels, told the Palm Beach Post that Brissett is down to three schools — Miami, Wisconsin and Washington. The kicker is that he is unlikely to make an announcement until a basketball game Friday night.

There were Tweets and chat room statements and other varying reports yesterday that Washington was no longer in the Brissett sweepstakes. But again, his coach is saying today the Huskies are one of the schools still being considered.

So for now, consider Washington back in it, even if it seems the conventional wisdom is still that he’s likely to pick one of the other two — Miami is the closest, Wisconsin has been recruiting him the longest.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

— CoachSark’s site yesterday detailed the fitting of the Holiday Bowl rings, as well as the beginning of off-season workouts.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller examines the top recruiting stories in the conference of the last 24 hours

— The Long Beach Press-Telegram looks at the rumors swirling around highly-rated CB/RB DeAnthony Thomas, who appears to be choosing between USC and Oregon, as does the Eugene Register-Guard, which notes he also may not choose on signing day.

— The LA Times has a review of USC’s recruiting class.

— Here’s a review of Oregon State’s class from The Oregonian.

— And here’s a review of Washington State’s class.

— Arizona and Arizona State are in a battle for their state’s top running back

— SI.com looks at the top five questions of signing day.

— Rivals.com hosting a live recruiting chat this morning.

We’ll have our own chat today at noon, plus I’ll have a few more spotlights on committed players throughout the day.

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