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April 8, 2012 at 9:29 AM

Sunday links

After opening spring practice with three workouts last week, the Huskies will really get busy the next three weeks, working out four days a week.

Next week’s schedule also includes the annual coaches clinic next week. Details are here for anyone interested in attending.

UW being off for the weekend means there’s not much out there on the Huskies. But as usual, there are a few links regarding other schools/football news worth passing along. …

— Cincinnati.com says Chris Polk could be a good fit for the Bengals.

Danny O’Neil of our staff traveled to Montana this week to put together this story on Ryan Leaf.

— The LA Times reports that Jim Mora was rather, well, enthusiastic during UCLA’s practice Saturday and says that’s the kind of fire the program needs, while wondering if that’s something Mora can keep up all season.

— Here’s a report on Oregon State’s first week of spring drills.

Tre Madden’s loss leaves USC thin at tailback.

— More USC notes including that the Trojans are curtailing live tackling for the rest of spring to try to stay healthy.

— Good story here on Stanford kicker Jordan Williamson attempting to rebound from the Fiesta Bowl. (Name corrected from earlier entry).

— More Stanford notes.

— The Denver Post says Colorado is playing a lot faster in its second spring under Jon Embree.

— The Spokesman-Review says the defensive line dominated WSU’s scrimmage Saturday.

Bud Withers wrote about WSU’s new defensive coordinator for today’s paper, as well.

— One-time UW commit Brendan Bigelow was a star of Cal’s scrimmage Saturday.

— Cal QB Zach Maynard says he’s not worried about the critics.

— Oregon’s quarterback battle officially remains wide open.

— Utah felt good about its offense after a scrimmage Saturday.

All for now. Whatever you may be celebrating today, have a happy day doing it.

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