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December 13, 2013 at 9:58 AM

Morning links: Huskies lose another recruit

Chris Petersen has his work cut out for him over the next seven weeks.

The Huskies have just five committed recruits left for the Class of 2014 after the de-commitment of Don Hill, a defensive end/linebacker from Boise. Hill is now being recruited by USC. He is the fourth recruit to de-commit from UW since the departure of Steve Sarkisian.

The good news for UW, perhaps, is that two recruits committed to Boise State are scheduled to visit Seattle this weekend: QB Jalen Greene and DE Jaylen Johnson, according to 247sports.com

The Huskies’ 2014 class is currently ranked 78th in the nation by Scout, 98th by 247sports.com, and dead last in the Pac-12. National signing day is Feb. 5.

A few links:

Bishop Sankey has been named a Walter Camp second-team All-American.

Fight Hunger Bowl primer.

Boise State could lose some of its $40,000-a-year payment from Nike because of Petersen’s departure.

Chris Dufresne‘s final regular-season rankings.

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