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June 13, 2011 at 11:30 AM

Monday links

Not a lot, but it’s what I got. …

Chris Polk is No. 74 on Rivals.com’s list of the top 100 players in the nation.

— The NFLDraftBible lists Quinton Richardson as an under-the-radar draft prospect for 2012.

— The Omaha World-Herald with a brief mention of Keith Price in a look at Nebraska’s opposing quarterbacks in 2011.

Jon Wilner with some action-reaction notes on recent college football news.

— Colorado officials hope their fans don’t think all their money woes are solved with the move to the Pac-12.

— A Salt Lake Tribune story notes that UW pays its women’s coaches the highest average salary in the Pac-12 (and note sure if this survey includes Stanford, which doesn’t have to release records to the public but does usuall comply with DOE requsts, which this is based on).

— Oregon CB Cliff Harris has been cited for going 118 MPH.

— UW doesn’t play UCLA the next two years, which may be too bad reading the Pre-Snap Read preview of the Bruins.

— Links from ESPN.com’s Pac-12 blog.

All for now.

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