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March 20, 2013 at 9:15 AM

Wednesday links

Nothing really out there today on UW. But here are a few Pac-12/college football items. …

Chris Polk mentioned in this story detailing how medical mysteries can impact the NFL Draft.

— Oregon State begins spring practice soon. Mike Riley met the media and said the quarterback spot  is wide open. Here’s more on what Riley said.

— Arizona State is only talking Rose Bowl during its spring workouts.

— WSU also begins spring soon. Here are some notes and links.

— A look at Colorado’s new offense.

— The National Football Foundation details some 2012 college football attendance numbers (and obviously, a lot easier for the Pac-12 to have record total attendance these days with two more teams in the conference than it had prior to 2011).

Dan Wetzel on the possible long-term implications on college sports  of the O’Bannon case.

 

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