A week from today, the Huskies will be on the field, beginning spring practice. And as CoachSark’s site pointed out this morning, the spring quarter has begun at UW.
So soon, we should have some news coming from Montlake Until then, we mostly look elsewhere for the morning links. …
— Former Husky Caesar Rayford was the Arena Football League’s Defensive Player of the Week last week.
— Some good recruiting notes here in ESPN.com’s review of the Vegas 7-on-7 tournament, including the note that QB Troy Williams of Narbonne High, who has a UW offer, will visit UW in two weeks. Here’s a Scout.com profile of Williams.
— CBSSports.com also has some notes on the Vegas event.
— New Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez is impressed by QB Matt Scott, who figures to take over for the graduated Nick Foles. Scott, recall, led Arizona to a 44-14 win over UW in 2010 when Foles was injured.
— It appears either Josh Nunes or Brett Nottingham will be Stanford’s next starting QB. ESPN.com has details.
— ESPN.com reviews LSU’s scrimmage.
— Oregon also begins spring workouts soon and here’s a look at its QB situation as the Ducks try to replace Darron Thomas.
— Colorado is the only Pac-12 school without baseball, and Kyle Ringo says it should stay that way.