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April 3, 2012 at 8:50 AM

Live chat at 1 p.m. — and some morning links

First, a note that we’ll hold a live chat today at 1 p.m. That’s different than the usual time and day here, but there are some potential conflicts with the usual time and I wanted to make sure to fit one in this week with the beginning of spring ball.

Now for some links. …

— For my story for Tuesday’s paper, I wrote about Keith Price and his return to health over the winter.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller’s list of top Pac-12 newcomers includes Antavius Sims.

— Miller also says the biggest shoes to fill at UW are those of Chris Polk.

— Here are some pictures of practice from CoachSark’s website.

— Here’s a spring preview of UW from Athlon’s.

— In sad news from Monday, motivational speaker Lou Tice — a motivational speaker who had a strong impact on some UW coaches through the years — has died. CoachSark’s website had this note about Tice.

— The National Football Post breaks down the recruiting of Max Browne.

— Here are five questions for Oregon and for Oregon State as each begins spring drills this week.

Jim Mora promises that UCLA’s spring drills will be physical.

— Cornerback Chris Hawkins, whom UW had also been recruiting, has committed to USC.

Ivan Maisel wonders what to make of Lane Kiffin’s comment that Matt Barkley is bored by spring practice.

—- Here’s a look at Colorado’s QB battle, and a similar look at Utah’s quarterback situation, where there’s no real battle thanks to the return of Jordan Wynn.

Finally, here’s a little video of UW during the warmup portion of yesterday’s practice to give you a little sense of the scene out there Monday:

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