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June 20, 2011 at 9:46 PM

Monday night links — Oregon and recruiting, and more

The big news Monday was that Oregon released a ton of documents to the media relating to the investigation into its use of recruiting services.

The Oregonian provides a detailed look at what was found and what it might mean while Oregonian columnist John Canzano says the school is probably just going to get a slap on the wrist but that its fans should demand more.

The Oregonian also has this handy primer with the nuts and bolts of what’s going on.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

— ESPN.com’s Greg Biggins has an exhaustive recap of this weekend’s Nike Camp in Seattle, with items on many of the top propsects in the state considering UW, including Joshua Garnett, Zach Banner and KeiVarae Russell, among others.

— Rivals.com has this report on the camp including the news that Garnett is expected to narrow his list of finalists this week, with UW expected to be on it.

— Scout.com, meanwhile, reported that Banner has added Cal to his list of finalists, which now reads a total of 10. The full list can be found here — it’s the schools listed as medium interest.

— I wrote this story for Tuesday’s print edition on the renaming of Qwest Field as CenturyLink Field, relevant here since UW will play there in 2012 as well as this year’s Apple Cup.

— Taking a lead from the BusinessofCollegeSports story linked earlier today, ESPN.com
s Ted Miller breaks down the most profitable football programs in the Pac-12 for 2009-10. UW is at the top followed, maybe somewhat surprisingly, by Colorado and Arizona State.

All for now.

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