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October 6, 2011 at 9:14 AM

Thursday links — Montana gets his reps, and more

The bye week meant a chance to give the reserves a lot of time on the field. And that meant a lot of snaps for backup Nick Montana, which also made it a good chance to catch up with Montana and check on his progress. I wrote about that for today’s paper, and you can also see some of what Montana told the media yesterday in the video below. More links follow after the video:

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IN OTHER NEWS. …

— Our weekly 1991 Flashback touches on a win over Toledo and a former UW assistant coach who would go on to much success.

— CoachSark’s blog has some pictures of the day.

— The Dynamic Duel say the Huskies are for real.

— Athlon’s has a good interview with Don James.

— Athlon’s also ponders who will win the Pac-12 North.

— Colorado has suspended five players (none starters) apparently for the season.

— USA Today has compiled a data base of salaries of college athletic directors. UW’s Scott Woodward is reported making a base salary of $553,000 a year, second among the public Pac-12 schools (USC and Stanford are private schools and do not report salaries) to UCLA’s Dan Guerrero, making $668,296. Ted Miller also has a good breakdown of these numbers.

— National Football Post spotlights five NFL prospects in the Cal-Oregon game tonight.

— Links around the Pac-12 from The Denver Post.

— Some links from Smart Football.

— The big college football news today is TCU apparently heading to the Big 12.

And remember our lives chats later this afternoon.

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