The Huskies don't practice today, and will return to the field for spring practice No. 10 on Wednesday morning. Here are a few links to start your Tuesday.
--- Our story in today's newspaper focuses on the Huskies' new-look offensive line, which must replace four of the five starters it ended last season with.
--- Michael Porter Sr., who was reportedly offered the vacant assistant coaching job on the UW men's basketball staff, has turned down that offer and will remain an assistant for Missouri's women's team, according to the Columbia Daily Tribune.
--- This video has been making the rounds on social media the past couple days. Meron Simon, a junior distance runner at UW, appeared as if he might finish second in the steeplechase to Oregon's Tanguy Pepiot at the Pepsi Team Invitational on Sunday. But Pepiot began celebrating before he crossed the finish line, and Simon passed him for the victory. Pepiot, it turns out, is no Usain Bolt.
--- Former Huskies guard Isaiah Thomas was named Eastern Conference player of the week for the second time since being traded to the Boston Celtics, who clinched a playoff spot on Monday. Thomas also made this play the other night.
--- Washington State's quarterbacks took advantage of a defense still learning coordinator Alex Grinch's system during WSU's first spring scrimmage.
--- And if you missed Bud Withers' final column on Sunday, give it a read here. Bud retired from The Seattle Times last week after 45 years in the business.
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