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March 11, 2011 at 10:09 AM

Friday links — Polk rated, Foster assessed, and more

I’m still in Arizona helping with our Mariners coverage, a stint that ends in a few more days. But I found a few links worth passing along. …

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller ranks Chris Polk No. 7 on his countdown of the top 25 players in the Pac-10 in 2010.

— ESPN Draft Analyst Mel Kiper Jr., said this week that Mason Foster is “maybe a third-round pick.” Here’s another scouting report on Foster.

— CoachSark’s site has info on a strength and conditioning camp this spring for junior high and high school athletes.

— Conference commissioner Larry Scott talked to the media yesterday at the conference’s basketball tournament. Miller rounds up some of his thoughts on the TV situation. And here are some on the Oregon situation.

— Mr. SEC uses some of Scott’s comments to look at why so many football programs seem to be getting in trouble lately.

— Rivals.com previews Colorado as the Buffs begin spring practice. Colorado visits UW this fall.

All for now.

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