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January 3, 2013 at 10:21 AM

Thursday links

Here are a few quick links this morning. …

— Dawgman.com reported last night that DL Kalei Auelua, who signed with the Huskies last February and then delayed enrollment, will not enroll at UW this month as planned. The site reported that Auelua had not been accepted into school and will  not  look at schools such as Boise State and UCLA.

— Here’s a 247Sports story on how well some UW commits are playing during the practices for the Semper Fi Bowl (and look at Monday’s blog post detailing which  commits/prospects are in which games this weekend).

— Five-star DT Eddie Vanderdoes, who visited UW last month, held a live chat with Rivals.com on Wednesday. Among other topics, he discusses his interest in UW.

— Utah defensive lineman Joe Kruger is leaving early for the NFL.

— CBSSports.com has  this handy tracker of players who have declared. So far, three Pac-12 players have declared for the draft, thye others being receivers Robert Woods of USC and Keenan Allen of Cal.

— Here’s the daily Pac-12 Rundown from The Oregonian.

— If Chip Kelly does leave Oregon, Ted Miller says Mark Helfrich is ready to take over.

John Canzano expects Kelly to bolt.

— More on Helfrich from Dennis Dodd.

— SI.com’s Stewart Mandel  discusses Kelly’s options, and more, in his weekly mailbag.

Jon Wilner with some thoughts on Boise State and USC, among other topics, in his latest action/reaction.

— I also wrote a story for Thursday on the debut of another sports radio station in Seattle.

— Finally, Bud Withers picks Oregon to win the Fiesta Bowl tonight 35-30, in what is the last game this season for a Pac-12 team. I also like Oregon. Call it 41-31.

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