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April 22, 2012 at 9:37 AM

Sunday links — Spring games galore, and more

Spring, in the college football sense, anyway, is beginning to wind down, with a few more teams wrapping up drills Saturday. UW has one week left, hosting its Spring Game next Saturday at CenturyLink Field at 1 p.m.

To answer a question I’ve gotten a lot, there’s no charge for the game. I honestly can’t remember if they ever have charged for the game in recent years. They did used to, way back when, when they used to play a game against the alums (something I wrote about in 2006).

For now, a few links wrapping up spring games and scrimmages elsewhere. …

— Here’s my story on Saturday’s practice.

— CoachSark.com with some pictures of the day.

Marquess Wilson was the star of WSU’s spring game.

— More on the Cougs, plus some links, from Christian Caple.

— Cal ended spring drills Saturday feeling better about its QB spot. More on Cal’s spring game.

— Arizona State also concluded spring drills Saturday, and the Arizona Republic says the quarterbacks stood out. The Republic also writes that Todd Graham has restored some excitement to ASU football.

— UCLA held a brief scrimmage Saturday that apparently did nothing to clear up the QB situation.

— Oregon will draft players for its spring game next week.

— Oregon State coach Mike Riley talks about marijuana and college football.

Jordan Wynn mostly tried to not get hurt in Utah’s spring game Saturday.

— Some complications are arising in the Pac-12/Big Ten partnership.

— This is a couple days old, but Jon Wilner has some good stuff on Cal’s financial woes.

— Would the Eagles be a fit for Chris Polk?

All for now.

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