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February 29, 2012 at 7:56 AM

Wednesday links — Leap Day links

Given its place in the college football calender — a time of year when very little is going on — I can’t think of much that happened significant to UW football on a Leap Day (though CadChica Sports points out former UW QB Cary Conklin was born on Feb. 29). But just consider it an extra day of links this year. …

— We wrote yesterday about former Husky Greg Lewis getting nominated again for the College Football Hall of Fame. In our paper today is a story on his daughter, Janee’ Lewis, who has helped lead Franklin into the girls’ 3A state basketball tournament, which begins on Thursday.

— Scout.com reports that RB Khalfani Muhammad of Sherman Oaks, Calif., took an unofficial visit to UW over the weekend. The 5-7, 160-pounder, who also has an offer from UCLA among others, said he’ll probably take all five official visits before making a decision.

— Scout.com also reports UW has interest in, but has yet to offer, QB Jared Goff of Marin Catholic in Kentfield, Calif. He says in the story he is likely to visit UW sometime this spring.

— CBSSport.,com reports Oregon and the NCAA could be headed to summary disposition, which could mean an earlier resolution.

— A look at USC’s running backs from the Orange County Register.

— CBSSports.com also has a spring practice primer on Stanford, which began drills this week.

— Another update on San Diego State’s QB situation.

— LSU, UW’s second opponent of the 2012 season, begins spring ball on Thursday. USA Today looks at five key questions facing the Tigers, an LSU fan blog examines the team’s offensive depth chart, NOLA.com has a feature on QB Zach Mettenberger, four players to watch, and here’s a general preview of the beginning of spring practice.

All for now.

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