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April 17, 2013 at 6:06 AM

ESPN links — Wilcox interview, and most important game cited

A couple of links from the Pac-12 ESPN blog work passing along today. ….

—- First, Kevin Gemmell makes a good case for why the Boise State game is UW’s most important of the year. As he notes, there are other games that may loom more important down the road. But as an early-season tone setter, it’s hard to beat what the Boise State game could mean.

Win it, and a 3-0 start should be in the offing heading into the Pac-12 opener against Arizona. And how big would that be? UW has not won all of its non-conference games since 2000.

Ted Miller, meanwhile, has this interview with defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox. Of  note is Wilcox reiterating that two of the four secondary positions remain pretty wide open as spring ball ends. No doubt some of the incoming players on defense will get long looks in the fall.

 

 

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