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Updated Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 12:01 PM

Wednesday links

Bob Condotta

Washington is now just 12 days away from hitting the field for the first time this spring -- and the first time since the Alamo Bowl loss that ended the season at 7-6.

Much has obviously changed since then --- the entire defensive coaching staff has been revamped, Chris Polk has departed as have a number of other seniors, and who knows what else will be new.

For now, though, not a lot of news from Montlake, so the links inevitably tilt to news from elsewhere. ....

--- Continuing the debate began by Athlon's ranking of the Pac-12 coaches,'s Ted Miller compiles his own list and leaves Steve Sarkisian right where he was, at No. 6.

--- Meanwhile,'s Stanford blog debates David Shaw's standing in the same Athlon coaching rankings.

--- The San Diego Union-Tribune offers a feature on quarterback Ryan Katz, who will likely start for the Aztecs against UW on Sept. 1 after transferring from Oregon State. Also included is a note on SDSU beginning to work against UW's offense and defense.

---'s LSU blog reviews the team's recent scrimmage and has a report on the 10th day of spring practice.

--- updates the competition to replace Andrew Luck at Stanford.

--- Matt Hayes of The Sporting News compares and contrasts the varying sentences handed down by the NCAA for violations, and says something I've written often on here before, as well --- cooperation is key.

--- has some interesting comments from Mike Stoops about the ability to win at Arizona.

--- Here's an excerpt from a new book from a former college football agent that is bound to stir up a lot of discussion.

--- Jon Wilner looks at the potential impact of other recent realignment developments.

--- USC WR Robert Woods is out for the rest of the spring with ankle issues. Here's more on Woods' injury.

--- PacificTakes says the newly announced series between Oregon and Michigan State is a jumpstart on the new Pac-12/Big Ten partnership.

--- The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Utah's coaching staff is the youngest among BCS schools.

--- The Orange County Register has a little note on Sean Harlow, a lineman being recruited by UW and a few other schools.

All for now.


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