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April 20, 2011 at 3:18 PM

Wednesday afternoon notes and links

A few of you have asked about replays for ESPN’s “Three for the Show” documentary series, featuring Jake Locker.

I don’t know of any on-line access to it at the moment. But there are scheduled to be a few replays, beginning tomorrow night (Thursday) at 8 p.m. on ESPN2 (thanks to a reader for pointing out that the earlier time was in error). ESPN also makes all of its listings available a week in advance on-line. Here’s the link, and you can scroll through and see if there are other times that better meet your schedule.

— ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr., held a conference call today and said he thinks Locker could emerge as a top 10 pick.

— SuperPrep.com provided an update on the recruitment of Mercer Island QB Jeff Lindquist, who said again that he plans to make a decision May 1 between UW and Stanford. He’s been at a couple of UW practices this spring and plans to go to visit UW again soon and sit in on some classes and go to a QB meeting.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller looks at the top returning tackler for each Pac-12 team.

— As usual, lots of interesting stuff from Jon Wilner in his latest piece on the Pac-12’s TV negotiations. Maybe most eyebrow-raising, Wilner says people he has spoken with contend the conference won’t get any more money for having expanded.

— The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Utah plans to concentrate more of its recruiting efforts in California now that it is in the Pac-12.

— A roundup of Pac-12 stories from The Oregonian.

— Pre-Snap Read asks Washington State to prove it wrong.

All for now.

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