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Dean plans to suit up for UI

College basketball: Glen Dean, the former Eastern Washington University guard and brother of Idaho men’s basketball signee Perrion Callandret, will play his final year for the Vandals, according to multiple media reports.

Dean, who played at Utah last year, has one year of eligibility left and can play next season at Idaho as a graduate transfer under NCAA rules.

Dean transferred to Utah in 2011 after two successful years with the Eagles. The 5-foot-10 Seattle native averaged 5.5 points in 25.4 minutes per game last season with the Utes after averaging 13.3 points in 2010-11 at EWU. He was the Big Sky’s Freshman of the Year in 2009-10.

Former EWU coach Kirk Earlywine, who brought Dean to Cheney, is the director of player development at Idaho.

Josh Wright

Hawks primed for national TV

NFL: The Seattle Seahawks will play at least four prime-time games next season and will open Sept. 8 at Carolina.

After opening at Carolina, the Seahawks will return home to host San Francisco in the first of Seattle’s prime-time games.

Seattle will travel to Arizona in Week 7 for a Thursday night game, and will play at St. Louis (Week 8) and host New Orleans (Week 13) in Monday night games.

Associated Press

Root TV will air four EWU games

College football: The Eastern Washington University football team will appear four times in games televised this fall by Root TV, the network and the Big Sky Conference announced Thursday.

The Eagles will appear on Oct. 26 at Montana, Nov. 9 at home versus Montana State, Nov. 16 at Cal Poly and Nov. 23 at home versus Portland State. Game times haven’t been announced.

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