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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

February 3, 2011 at 10:22 AM

Day-after LOI Day links

As noted below, we’ll have a post-signing day chat at noon. Until then, a few links. …

— Times columnist Jerry Brewer detailed how UW landed Antavius Sims.

Mason Kelley wrote about how UW stayed committed to Jamaal Jones through his injury.

— I gave out some grades for everyone’s class in the Pac-12.

— Brewer with a few more thoughts on signing day from his blog.

— The lone unsigned recruit apparently still considering UW is QB Jacoby Brissett, still expected to announce a decision tomorrow, though the Palm Beach Post says he’s leaning toward Miami.

— The San Jose Mercury News examines how Joseph Gray ended up with San Jose State instead of UW.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller gives UW’s recruiting class a B-minus.

Bud Withers writes that WSU emphasized JC linemen.

— The Denver Post notes Colorado not only stole two commits from UW but also ones from Arizona State, Boise State and UCLA.

— The Orange County Register looks at the twists and turns of USC’s day while the LA Times looks at UCLA’s struggles. The Times also examines how USC dominated UCLA in recruiting.

— A few stories on Cal’s good haul.

— The Oregonian with everything you’d want to know about the Ducks’ class and Oregon State’s.

— The latter link includes a John Canzano column about the apparent mystery that is the future of James Rodgers.

George Schroeder wonders if De’Anthony Thomas’ shift signals a change in power in the Pac-12.

— Utah loaded up on running backs.

— Lots of recruiting links and notes on Stanford and Cal.

— Arizona’s class got tepid reviews.

— Arizona State had a small class but felt it at least met its needs.

— Apparently a little bit of a staff shakeup at Nebraska, which hosts UW next September.

All for now.

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