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The Daily 12-PAC: Is Mike Leach Too Strict? Who Will Catch Passes For Oregon In 2012? And More.

Happy Hump Day y'all. In today's Daily 12-PAC we bring you a story on a former Washington defensive coordinator who has a new gig, a debate on Mike Leach's disciplinary tactics, a look at an OSU WR hoping to become part of the PAC-12's elite and more.

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Ex-UW Assistant Headed To UNLV

Former Washington defensive coordinator Tim Hundley landed a job as linebackers coach at UNLV.

Hundley was the DC of UW's last Rose Bowl team, and as Bob Condotta pointed out yesterday, the last successful DC the program has had. It's 2012....the Huskies Rose Bowl win was in 2000. The Dawgs are long overdue, and hoping Justin Wilcox can be that guy.


Is Mike Leach's No-Tolerance Policy The Best Thing?

Mike Salk had some interesting points on Mike Leach's stringent no-tolerance policy. Watch the video and see for yourself what Salk had to say.


Who Will Catch Passes For The Ducks In 2012

Here's a fun post and poll from the Register-Guard on Oregon's receiving corps. The Ducks aren't deep at the position, which is fine, their offense doesn't need them to be. But recent events have caused the position to thin out further, so the RG asks readers who they think will lead the way for the Ducks' areal attack in 2012.

The candidates are: Josh Huff, De'Anthony Thomas, Colt Lyerla and Rashaan Vaughn. Go ahead and vote, and check out what the RG has to say about the candidates.


OSU's Wheaton Ready For Breakout Campaign

Yesterday we took a look at Oregon State QB Sean Mannion. Today, we look at his top target, Markus Wheaton, via ESPN's PAC-12 Blog.

Wheaton sounds like a man on mission. He wants to be mentioned in the same breath as USC's Robert Woods and Marqise Lee, WSU's Marquess Wilson, and others. Wheaton and Mannion are putting a lot of work in this offseason, and after what the duo showed last year, anything is possible. The key, as Miller points out, is finding the endzone.


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