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September 24, 2012 at 12:08 PM

Monday links

Today is the start of fall classes at Washington. Here’s a few links to get the week started.
— The Huskies officially announced the addition of walk-on Dion Overstreet.
Oregon secured the services of San Diego-area twins Tyrell and Tyree Robinson, a pair of two-sport athletes who considered playing basketball at UW.
— The Ducks also added forward Arsalan Kazemi who is transferring from Rice. The 6-7 senior forward will have to sit out this season unless he’s granted a waiver by the NCAA to play immediately.
— ESPN recently downgraded Los Angeles shooting guard Isaac Hamilton to a four-star prospect. He also fell a spot to No. 23 nationally on ESPN’s top 100 list. Hamilton remains a five-star recruit, according to Rivals and Scout.
— Washington president Michael K. Young welcomes students back to class.

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