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April 24, 2011 at 9:11 PM

Sunday night links

Hope your day went well — whatever you did or celebrated. If you’re still up and reading, here are a few links to pass the time. …

— I got to this just in time, with spring ball having just one week left. But one of the more interesting stories of the spring is that of tight end Evan Hudson, who is attempting to make it at UW as a walk-on in both baseball and football. It was decided just in the past week or so that he will redshirt this year in baseball, but he’s missed a few football practices to attend to baseball — and a few times managed both in the same day. But Hudson could be far more than a novelty. Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Michael Hartvigson have emerged as UW’s top two tight ends — and the order doesn’t really matter much since both will play significantly. But Hudson is definitely in the mix to get on the field as a backup or in multiple tight end sets — and he also serves as one of the backup deep snappers. For now, Hudson says he wants to keep playing both as long as he can.

— Speaking of walk-on tight ends, the Kitsap Sun recently had this story on Cameron Salley, a Central Kitsap grad.

Mason Foster’s hometown newspaper has a nice story on the former UW LB as the NFL Draft nears.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller has a good wrapup of the spring scrimmages around the Pac-12.

— The Arizona Daily Star has lots of detail and insight into the Pac-12’s TV negotiations.

All for now.

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