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January 17, 2013 at 3:30 PM

Thursday afternoon links — A look at the Montlake Light Rail station, and more

A few links to pass along today. …

— The Ravenna Blog has a look at the ongoing construction of the Light Rail Station that is right in front of Husky Stadium — in a couple of the shots you can see a little bit of Husky Stadium.

Mason Kelly of ESPN’s Husky Nation reports that UW offered a scholarship to WR Cordell Broadus of Diamond Bar, Calif. — some might know¬† him as Snoop Dogg’s son — on Wednesday. Snoop Dogg happened to be on the flight from Seattle to LA with a lot of us in July when we traveled to Pac-12 media day, and Broadus and Keith Price talked for a while in the baggage claim area. Broadus is a sophomore, so this is for the Class of 2015.

— UW commit Joe Mathis has made a local paper’s all-area team.

— ESPN’s Pac-12 blog has a good overview of the conference’s recruiting to date.

— Oregon defensive coordinator Nick Alioti has reportedly turned down a chance to go to USC in what also appears another sign the school¬† will soon promote Mark Helfrich to head coach.

— USC is now reportedly hiring former Cal DC Clancy Pendergast as its new defensive coordinator.

— Former Arizona RB Daniel Jenkins is transferring to WSU and will be immediately eligible.

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