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January 10, 2014 at 10:33 AM

Morning links: Doug Nussmeier introduced as offensive coordinator at Michigan

Morning all. Catching up on some links here:

Erik Kohler becomes UW’s second offensive lineman from the Class of 2010 to retire.

— Doug Nussmeier was introduced this morning as the new offensive coordinator at Michigan.

— Lane Kiffin and Rick Neuheisel have both been listed as potential candidates to replace Nussmeier as Alabama’s OC.

— Some love for Hau’oli Kikaha and John Ross from ESPN.com’s Ted Miller after their stellar Fight Hunger Bowl performances.

The Huskies get a B+ grade from USA Today for 2013.

— Fife lineman Kaleb McGary, one of the state’s top recruits, told Scout.com that UW, Oregon State and Washington State are his leaders. He plans to visit UW on Jan. 24.

— Tumwater’s Jaimie Bryant, one of the first recruits to commit to UW for the Class of 2013, told Dawgman.com that he still hopes to join the Huskies after grayshirting. Here’s a story on Bryant from last summer on his situation.

— Ex-Washington State coach Paul Wulff is headed to South Florida as offensive coordinator.

Stanford has a bye before its Sept. 27 game against UW.

— Arizona State hires a new athletic director.

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