We’re two days into spring practice, and while it’s not a lot, it’s more than we’ve had in a while to talk about. So let’s chat at noon.
Until then, a few links. …
— I wrote about Josh Shirley for today’s paper, his road to UW and his probable role on the field this fall. As the story notes, he also still has a court date coming in a couple weeks related to the incident at UCLA that ultimately led to him coming to UW.
— The Tacoma News Tribune wrote about the tight end spot.
— CoachSark’s site looked at the defensive line.
— Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald wrote about some of the younger players waiting to step up.
— The Associated Press looks at the TV options for the Pac-12.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller ponders if Utah and Colorado can become great Pac-12 rivals.
— The Corvallis Gazette-Times says Jovan Stevenson might be the replacement at OSU for Jacquizz Rodgers.
— Miller also examines the move of Norm Chow to Utah.
— Here’s a spring update on Utah as it gets set for a scrimmage tonight.
— Nebraska also hopes to be able to throw to the tight end more next year.
— Miller, who has been busy as heck lately, also looks at Colorado QB Tyler Hansen.
— USC coach Lane Kiffin says he thinks his defense was too aggressive last season.
— Here’s a good spring overview of Cal.
— Arizona is suddenly really thin at linebacker.
All for now. We’ll chat at noon.