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April 19, 2011 at 9:34 AM

Tuesday links and notes

The Huskies return to the field for practice number 10 of the spring today at 4 p.m.

Also later today is the debut of the “Three for the Show” documentary series on ESPN featuring Jake Locker.

Until then, a few links. …

— The Associated Press breaks down UW’s QB battle (this particular version of the story running on FoxSports.com).

— The National Football Post writes that the ideal landing spot for Locker would be the Washington Redskins.

Jon Wilner examines how some of the other TV deals could impact the Pac-12’s negotiations, as well as noting how many major injuries have been sustained by other Pac-12 football players this spring. So far, UW has escaped that as the Huskies haven’t suffered any during spring ball that are thought possible to linger into the fall (though Adam Long’s suffered prior to the spring, could).

— The Pac-12 has hired a former NFL exec to help run its first conference title game next Decemb er.

— UW’s not mentioned, but here’s an interesting breakdown of the most diversified offenses in college football from Rivals.com.

— Here’s an overview of Arizona’s spring with the Wildcats now done.

— Here’s more review of the Cougars with WSU now done, as well.

— Pre-Snap Read examines Nebraska’s new offense.

— USC won’t have any live coverage of its spring game Saturday.

— Lots of news on the Ducks from The Oregonian, including a player arrest.

— Oregon State still has a battle for its backup QB job.

All for now.

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