We’re a third of the way through spring ball, so plenty going on worth chatting about. So let’s talk at noon today.
Until then, a few links. …
— For my story for today’s paper, I expanded on the blog post about all of the assistants getting contracts through the 2012 season.
— GoHuskies.com expands on Steve Sarkisian’s surprise auditing of classes.
— Rotoworld.com says Jermaine Kearse could be a sleeper in college football fantasy leagues this year.
— NFLDraftScout.com’s Chad Reuter quotes a scout who says Jake Locker is simply too physically talented to fall out of the first round.
— People have asked me for the Pro Day 40 time for Victor Aiyewa and I never found it. But here’s his NFLDraftScout.com profile with some of his other 40 times.
— Jon Wilner has more on the Pac-12’s TV negotiations, noting that while there may be a few different estimates thrown around, the bottom line is every school should get triple the revenue it receives right now.
— Interesting news coming down today that NCAA has decided that schools may not subscribe to web sites such as Scout.com and Rivals.com, ruling they are recruiting services and not media.
— Kevin Prince is back to work at QB for UCLA, but Rick Neuheisel forgot about him at practice Thursday.
— Cal has apparently narrowed its QB competition to three. Also note in that story that WR Tevin Carter, who at one point was committed to UW, has quit, apparently deciding he just doesn’t want to play football.
— Arizona State has what it is billing as a major announcement coming today, apparently about its uniforms.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller has a primer on Stanford as the Cardinal get set to complete spring drills.
All for now.