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March 21, 2012 at 9:47 AM

Wednesday links

Washington is now just 12 days away from hitting the field for the first time this spring — and the first time since the Alamo Bowl loss that ended the season at 7-6.

Much has obviously changed since then — the entire defensive coaching staff has been revamped, Chris Polk has departed as have a number of other seniors, and who knows what else will be new.

For now, though, not a lot of news from Montlake, so the links inevitably tilt to news from elsewhere. ….

— Continuing the debate began by Athlon’s ranking of the Pac-12 coaches, ESPN.com’s Ted Miller compiles his own list and leaves Steve Sarkisian right where he was, at No. 6.

— Meanwhile, ESPN.com’s Stanford blog debates David Shaw’s standing in the same Athlon coaching rankings.

— The San Diego Union-Tribune offers a feature on quarterback Ryan Katz, who will likely start for the Aztecs against UW on Sept. 1 after transferring from Oregon State. Also included is a note on SDSU beginning to work against UW’s offense and defense.

— ESPN.com’s LSU blog reviews the team’s recent scrimmage and has a report on the 10th day of spring practice.

— ESPN.com updates the competition to replace Andrew Luck at Stanford.

Matt Hayes of The Sporting News compares and contrasts the varying sentences handed down by the NCAA for violations, and says something I’ve written often on here before, as well — cooperation is key.

— CBSSports.com has some interesting comments from Mike Stoops about the ability to win at Arizona.

— Here’s an excerpt from a new book from a former college football agent that is bound to stir up a lot of discussion.

Jon Wilner looks at the potential impact of other recent realignment developments.

— USC WR Robert Woods is out for the rest of the spring with ankle issues. Here’s more on Woods’ injury.

— PacificTakes says the newly announced series between Oregon and Michigan State is a jumpstart on the new Pac-12/Big Ten partnership.

— The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Utah’s coaching staff is the youngest among BCS schools.

— The Orange County Register has a little note on Sean Harlow, a lineman being recruited by UW and a few other schools.

All for now.

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