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April 14, 2013 at 10:30 AM

Sunday links — Spring practice roundup

Here they are, some Sunday spring practice links. …

— Here’s my story for the Sunday paper on receiver DiAndre Campbell and tackle Connor Cree, who are making names for themselves this spring;

Adam Rittenberg of ESPN.com includes an assessment of the UW-Illinois game in his weekly mailbag and says it could  be a blowout win  for the Huskies;

— There were five spring games in the Pac-12 Saturday. The Pac-12 web site has a recap of all of them with a little video, as well;

— Maybe the biggest news of the weekend around the Pac-12 is that Arizona receiver Austin Hill — a second-team all-conference pick last year — suffered a torn ACL in practice on Wednesday. The link includes his memorable TD catch last year against UW;

— Arizona’s QB  situation also remains a jumble after its spring game;

— Boise State, UW’s first foe of 2013, held its spring game Saturday with the offense winning 28-19;

— The Broncos were a little short-handed defensively Saturday;

— Here’s a little story on Boise State’s center;

— Here’s a recap of Colorado’s spring game;

— USC did not tackle live in its spring game, leading to 467 passing yards. Skyline’s Max Browne was 7-11 for 80 yards but Lane Kiffin said it’s too soon to say who the team’s starting QB will be;

— One-time UW commit Michael Rector had one of the big plays in Stanford’s spring game. Josh Nunes is hurt, however, leaving the Cardinal potentially thin at QB;

— Interesting stuff here from John Henderson of the Denver Post on the nomadic lives of college assistants;

— Links around the conference from Christian Caple;

Connor Halliday appears to be solidifying his hold on WSU’s starting QB spot;

— UCLA is looking at a transfer running back from Pitt;

— Finally, speaking of former Skyline QBs, Jake Heaps was 20-28 passing for 257 yards and four TDs in Kansas’ spring game.

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