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June 3, 2011 at 11:59 AM

Friday links — More on Miles, and an apparent addition to UW’s staff

A bit more on the commitment of Cyler Miles, a new strength and conditioning coach for UW, and a little bit more. …

— Here’s the story from the Denver Post on the commitment of Miles, and from ESPN.com’s Ted Miller with some thoughts from recruiting analyst Tom Luginbill.

— According to this story from the Orangeburg, S.C., Times and Democrat, Torre Becton is leaving South Carolina State to become an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Washington. UW had an opening in that area after Marques Tuiasosopo left before spring ball to go to UCLA. Here’s the school’s official bio of Becton.

Andy Staples of SI.com rates the top 20 coaching jobs in college football and includes four Pac-12 schools — Oregon, USC, Arizona State and Arizona — but not UW. Obviously a big of an argument-starter there, which is probably largely the point this time of year.

— More film breakdown of Jake Locker’s game against Oregon State last year from MusicCityMiracles.com.

All for now.

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