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February 25, 2012 at 10:48 AM

Saturday links — Combine, Oregon and more

A few links to start the weekend. …

— The NFL Combine continues today, and already the offensive linemen have run their 40s. UW’s Senio Kelemete recorded a 5.52. Alameda Ta’amu will also have his official measurements and media interviews today while Chris Polk and Jermaine Kearse will have team interviews. All of the players have their own profile pages on NFL.com that will have all their various results available. Here’s Kelemete’s, and here is where you can access the others.

— NFLmocks.,com notes the oddity that Kelemete measured an inch taller at the Combine than he had at the Senior Bowl last month.

— The news of the week that could have the most long-term impact on the conference was the release of some documents at Oregon Friday afternoon that began to give some official clarity to what the investigation there is unearthing. Here’s a good roundup from ESPN.com’s Ted Miller. Here’s the Saturday story from the Eugene Register-Guard, and from the Oregonian a story and a timeline. The obvious question for many is what potential penalties may result. Hard to say yet as there is no precedent for this kind of case and suggested penalties aren’t included in the documents released.

— The Orange County Register has an item on another Orange Lutheran player drawing interest from UW, center John Lopez.

— Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott is quoted at length in this New York Times story on potential future playoff options.

— SI.com with some interesting stuff on the recruiting battles brewing in Arizona with each school now having new coaching staffs.

— Pre-Snap Read with some good insight on the new rules moving kickoffs.

— An Alabama reports that early commits are more likely to keep their word.

— Finally, here’s an NFL Draft preview video of Polk highlights:

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