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May 22, 2014 at 8:10 AM

Morning links: Pac-12 leading charge on NCAA reform

Some good links on this great morning:

  • Here’s Bud Withers on the Pac-12 presidents’ letter to its Big Five counterparts on NCAA reform.
  • Here’s the full letter from the presidents, featuring a 10-point plan for reform.
  • Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott and the Big Ten’s Jim Delany met in San Francisco on Wednesday, promoting the new Bay Area bowl game at Levi’s Stadium (previously the Fight Hunger Bowl) and discussing NCAA reform, among other topics.
  • Fun with numbers: UW was the best in the Pac-12 North last season at preventing turnovers and was a solid second (percentage-wise) in preventing points after their turnovers.
  • Bishop Sankey, fantasy stud?
  • Live chat today with UW softball coach Heather Tarr and first baseman Hooch Fagaly.
  • From SI.com: 100 things to look forward to for the 2014 season.

 

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