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March 4, 2011 at 8:25 AM

Friday morning links — Oregon, Locker and more

As noted earlier, I’m working the next 10 days in Arizona, helping out with our Mariner spring training coverage. But I’ll do what I can to keep the football blog going, and with that in mind, here are a few links for this morning. …

— The news about Oregon continues to reverberate, and Eugene Register-Guard columnist George Schroeder chips in with this take, saying that Oregon’s “facade has been stripped away.”

Gregg Doyel of CBSSports.com writes that Oregon “cheated without breaking a rule.”

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller writes that Oregon believes it complied with the rules.

— The Oregonian has a full rundown of stories on the news about the Ducks.

Jake Locker was featured in a chat on ESPN.com yesterday.

— Former Husky Jerramy Stevens is in trouble again, arrested for felony battery Thursday night.

Jon Wilner has reaction to various goings-on around the conference.

All for now.

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