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March 30, 2012 at 8:17 AM

Friday links

Getting ready to soon head up to UW for Steve Sarkisian’s press conference to preview spring football — I’ll have full coverage afterward here.

Until then, a few links. …

— And we’ll begin with a sad one, the news that Barry Bullard, a tackle on the 1959-60 Rose Bowl winning teams, has died. Bullard was inducted into the Pacific Northwest Hall of Fame a few years ago.

— Former Husky coach Rick Neuheisel will reportedly work for the new Pac-12 Network, making $300,000 a year.

— Pacific Takes examines UWs defense and also whether Shaq Thompson can really play both ways for the Huskies (Sarkisian said Thursday they’ll need to make sure they don’t overload Thompson).

Bud Withers says the fate of Lisa Love at Arizona State was similar to that of Barbara Hedges at UW.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller addressed a lot of different topics in his chat on Thursday.

— Here’s a recap of WSU’s practice Thursday and a few more links and notes from Christian Caple.

— New ASU coach Todd Graham likes some of what he’s seen so far from the Devils.

Lane Kiffin says he’s not concerned that Matt Barkley has thrown a few interceptions so far during the spring.

— A lot of the top recruits on the West Coast will participate in a Nike Football Training Camp this weekend in California.

— ESPN.com ponders whether spring scrimmages are a good idea.

— Here’s a handy link to every team’s 2012 schedule.

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