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March 7, 2013 at 7:59 PM

A few links while waiting for practice

UW will  hit the field in an hour or so for its second practice of the spring.

Until then, a few links. …

— Athlon’s offers a spring football preview of the Huskies.

Jon Wilner breaks down the salaries for Pac-12 athletic directors and has UW’s Scott Woodward at No. 5 at $553,000 a year.

— UW commit Tate Martell mentioned in this ESPN.com story on 7-on-7 football.

— NFL draft maven Rob Rang now has Desmond Trufant 13th on his Big Board.

— Interesting move at Eastern Washington, where fans can pay $25 to watch current players perform in a Pro Day-style event (one of the EWU players participating is former Husky Andru Pulu).

— Some of the recruiting changes approved earlier this year are already being altered.

— And here’s one good overview of some of the playing rules announced today, and another and another.

— Finally, a lot of notes on Arizona, which will be UW’s Pac-12 opener on Sept. 28 at Husky Stadium.

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