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- The Ducks are coming after 2017 UW cornerback commit Keith Taylor.
- Seattle law firm Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP is leading the charge in a variety of class-action lawsuits that could radically alter college football's transfer rules.
- The already-contentious targeting rule is about to become even more controversial: Going forward, replay officials will have the authority to make such calls from the booth. Up until now, targeting calls could only be made by on-field officials.
- Considering that the coaching carousel largely came to a rest more than a month ago, Illinois seems to have maybe, just maybe, taken the first step toward extinguishing its perpetual tire fire of a football program by hiring former NFL coach of the year winner Lovie Smith. (As an aside: What do I need to do to be in the position in which Bill Cubit finds himself, having earned two years' salary at seven-figure rates for roughly nine months of work?)
- Here's an interesting look at how the salaries of the nation's college football and basketball coaches scale against each other.
- In advance of this afternoon's Pac-12 Tournament game against Stanford, Percy Allen dissects how the Cardinal managed to shut down Andrew Andrews in their most recent matchup.
- Lorenzo Romar wants his players to know that the Pac-12 Tournament is "serious business."
- The U.S. Basketball Writers Association has named Andrews to its all-district team.