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March 20, 2010 at 5:03 AM

Saturday morning links

Another big day. Just to get you started, here’s some links.
Steve Kelley writes “Lorenzo Romar has become one of the treasures in Seattle sports.”
— Here’s our advance, which takes a look at Darington Hobson and our notebook, which looks at former Husky Scott Didrickson. Almost forgot the preview box, with a UW prediction.
— If the Huskies are going to make this season special, then they must advance to the Sweet 16, according to the Olympian.
— The Huskies and Lobos tell the Everett Herald they’re motivated by the so-called East Coast bias.
— The Chicago Sun-Times profiles New Mexico coach Steve Alford.
— The Lobos are a 1-point favorite, according to Bet.com. The writer rmisspelled Quincy Pondexter’s many times.
AROUND THE PAC-10:
— California’s 77-62 victory over Louisville made it 2-0 for the Pac-10 against the Big East.
— The next Oregon coach will not be hired by Mike Bellotti, who stunned everyone Friday resigned to take a college football analyst position with ESPN.

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