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August 8, 2008 9:02 AM

Friday links

Posted by Bob Condotta

Olympic edition. ...

--- For my main story today, I wrote about the suddenly crowded tailback position. UW hasn't had this many tailbacks, who all have some pretty good credentials, in years, and it will be interesting to see how it all shakes out.

--- Rob Moseley of the Eugene Register-Guard reports that Oregon is doing the split-squad practice thing as well. It's something I'd never seen at UW until Tyrone Willingham got here and now I notice lots of teams doing it --- I read something about WSU doing it the other day, as well. But I think it's also a reaction to the inability to go two-a-days on consecutive days anymore, a rule put in place a few years ago.

--- Marques Tuiasosopo will be the third QB in the game for the Raiders tonight against the 49ers.

--- Here's an update on Louis Rankin from the Stockton Record.

--- Here's an interview with Roy Lewis from SteelCityInsider revealing that he is also playing some safety for Pittsburgh. (Lewis' interview is the third one down).

--- Dane Looker is again fighting for his job with the Rams. That he's still in the NFL at age 32 is really something.

--- Ted Miller does his usual stellar job covering all the Pac-10 bases.

All for now.

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