Not a lot of news out there today, but a few links to pass along nonetheless. …
— Running backs, QBs and receivers are going through measurements and interviews at the NFL Combine today, which means UW’s Chris Polk and Jermaine Kearse. Danny O’Neil of our staff is there, and Scout.com has a pretty insane amount of coverage of the Combine as well as NFL.com.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller with a few UW mentions in his Pac-12 chat on Thursday, as well as picking the Huskies third in the North, for now.
— Miller also honored an Oregon State Beaver for his performance last year against UW.
— Former UW safeties coach Jeff Mills, who had already been named to New Mexico’s staff as an assistant, has been promoted to defensive coordinator. The DC spot came open when Ron West left for Arizona State.
— Pacific Takes has a veritable plethora of recruiting updates.
— Good stuff from the San Francisco Chronicle on how Stanford put its 2012 recruiting class together.
— Stanford is getting set to open spring practice and Jon Wilner has some news and notes on the Cardinal.
— This is an ESPN Insider piece, but ESPN, well, Insider K.C. Joyner writes that Oregon should be considered every bit the national title contender as USC in 2013. His Number One reason is that he thinks Oregon’s offensive losses are overstated and that Bryan Bennett will be able to replace Darron Thomas just fine at QB.
— The Orlando Sentinel lists five Pac-12 games to watch this season, though none involving UW.
— Here’s more on San Diego State’s QB competition, one of whom will take the first snap against the remade UW defense next fall.
All for now.