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April 10, 2012 at 6:05 PM

Tuesday night links

The Huskies will take to the field again Wednesday morning for their fifth spring practice, after which they will be one-third of the way through spring drills.

For now, a few links. …

— The biggest Pac-12 news of the day came out of Colorado, where the Buffs announced that receiver Paul Richardson will miss the 2012 season after suffering an ACL injury in practice on Monday. When healthy last year, Richardson was one of the best receivers in the conference and was a legit all-conference contender this year. He’d had some knee trouble last year, as well, missing Colorado’s 52-24 loss to UW in Seattle. ESPN,com breaks down what it will mean for Colorado, where UW will play next Nov. 17.

— Sarkisian was a guest this afternoon on 750 The Game in Portland with Oregonian columnist and show host John Canzano. No huge revelations but some interesting philosophical questions lobbied at Sarkisian. Listen here.

— RB Antavius Sims mentioned in this story in the Ventura County Star.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller reports on a recent academic rating of schools in which UW does well.

— Speaking of Miller, he was a guest on ESPN 710 Seattle today, talking about the Huskies and Pac-12 football in general. Listen here.

— Miller also reviews the recent ratings of ESPN draft guru Todd McShay, in which he has Alameda Ta’amu slotted as a mid-to-late second round pick, and Chris Polk in the third round.

Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com wonders if the NCAA should really get into the business of legislating the sponsorship of bowl games.

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