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March 8, 2012 at 8:44 AM

Pro Day today

Washington’s Pro Day begins in just a few hours, and I’ll be there along with NFL writer Danny O’Neil to pass along what happens.

Here again is a link to the list of players who will participate and the drills they are expected to participate in.

Here are a few other links to pass along this morning. …

— One of Colorado’s QBs broke a foot in a fluky fashion and is out for the spring.

— Here’s some detail on the USC summit on 7-on-7 football that was attended by UW coach Steve Sarkisian.

— Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott talked to reporters at the basketball tournament yesterday mostly about basketball stuff. But he also said not to expect any decisions on the BCS until summer.

Andy Staples of SI.com says the full-cost-of-attendance debate could break up the FBS. Washington president Michael Young is quoted.

— The Oregonian examines whether Oregon might be in danger of being a repeat violator.

All for now.

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