The Morning Haul

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"An impressive short list of candidates circulated even before Erickson was officially relieved of his duties, and last week it seemed a worthwhile successor at had been found. June Jones, architect of major reconstruction projects at Hawaii and SMU, was offered the job. Or he wasn’t. Seemingly no one knows for sure, but the offensive kick Jones would have brought to match Rodriguez and fellow new Pac-12 hire Mike Leach remains in Dallas. Rumor and speculation have since run rampant, a certainty in any coaching search, but fueled by the university’s lack of transparency."


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"However, N’Diaye said he will not play Friday or Sunday against South Dakota State. He was doubtful about the Dec. 22 game against Cal State Northridge and targeted a return Dec. 29 in the Pac-12 opener against Oregon State."


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"Chris Polk, RB, Washington: Polk is likely off to the NFL, but if he opts to return he and quarterback Keith Price would make plenty of preseason Heisman lists. Polk should put up big numbers as a rusher but his ability as a receiver would also give him a chance to put up big numbers. The Huskies will need to take another step in terms of win-loss record, though, for his candidacy to gain any momentum."