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Morning links: Another signing day in the books for UW

Post by Christian Caple on Feb. 6, 2014 at 6:00 am with No Comments »
February 5, 2014 11:39 pm

FROM SALT LAKE CITY — There’s a basketball game to cover tonight, and we’ll have our usual coverage as Washington visits Utah. First, we have stories to link from yesterday’s signing day.

— Here’s the main story from UW’s signing day, brought to you by T.J. Cotterill.

— Some additional quotes from UW coach Chris Petersen.

— Here’s a rundown of each UW signee.

— And here are the Scout.com and Rivals rankings of each class.

— Two UW football players have been accused of assault.

— Here’s our advance of tonight’s UW basketball game.

— And a story on C.J. Wilcox from the Salt Lake Tribune.

— USC and Steve Sarkisian look like the Pac-12’s “big winners” on signing day.

— UCLA missed out on a few coveted prospects.

Utah signed some speed.

— Colorado signed 11 defensive players.

— Mike Leach is a big fan of his third recruiting class at Washington State.

— Arizona State signed two quarterbacks from California.

— Rich Rodriguez doesn’t like when his recruits want to see other people.

— Stanford put together a solid class.

— Here’s what Sonny Dykes thinks of his second recruiting class at California.

Oregon’s class was void of flips.

— Mike Riley doesn’t care where his Oregon State recruiting class is ranked.

In Pac-12 basketball action yesterday …

Stanford won at California, 80-69, taking the air out of the Golden Bears after their big win over Arizona last week.

— DaVonte Lacy had a huge game for Washington State, but the Cougars lost, 68-63, at Colorado.

In Pac-12 basketball action today …

— Oregon visits Arizona, with the Wildcats trying to bounce back from Brandon Ashley’s season-ending foot injury (6 p.m., ESPN).

Oregon State visits Arizona State in a battle of two teams trying to bust out of that 5-4 logjam (8 p.m., FOX Sports 1).

Christian Caple can be reached at christian.caple@thenewstribune.com. Twitter: @ChristianCaple

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