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May 6, 2012 at 8:48 AM

Sunday morning links

Simply enough, a few links worth passing along this morning. …

Alameda Ta’amu officially signed with the Steelers this morning. He also has found a mentor in Troy Palamalu.

— UCLA was the final Pac-12 school to complete spring football, holding its Spring Game Saturday. ESPN.com is among the many reporting that UCLA’s QB job remains wide open. Rick Neuheisel was there cheering on his son, Jerry, competing for the job.

— Oregon’s De’Anthony Thomas ran a 10.65 100 at the Oregon Twilight Meet Saturday, finishing third behind Washington sprinter Ryan Hamilton and OSU’s football player/sprinter Markus Wheaton.

— Portland State is the lone remaining UW opponent still in spring practice. Its spring game is next Saturday.

— The Tri-City Herald looks at all the potential first-round picks UW may have to face next season.

— The National Football Post lists Chris Polk as one of the top undrafted players.

— PhillySportsNut.com looks at ‘ with the Eagles.

Steve Kelley’s column today details one of the better free agent stories this year in the NFL.

— Here are some Arizona recruiting updates, leading with Stanford possibly losing a signee to baseball and another on a player UW has offered.

— The WSU Football Blog examines all the stadiums in the Pac-12 North (though two things worth noting — no official capacity for the new Husky Stadium has yet been set, though as the story says, it will likely be under the current 72,500; and there has been no official variance on cost once it was set, with UW always saying it will be $250 million).
All for now.

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