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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

July 2, 2009 at 1:47 PM

Thursday links — where do you rate the Apple Cup

It’s amazing how 12 Saturday afternoons a fall spurs so much conversation the rest of the year….
— ESPN.com’s Pat Forde looks at the top 10 college football rivalries for 2009 and puts the Apple Cup at No. 8 — though for mostly non-football playing reasons,certainly understandable given the football playing in this state of late. (Though I think Vantage would be a better neutral site just because). You can also vote for your top 10 rivalries here.
— Athlon Sports looks at the sleeper running backs in college football this year from a fantasy standpoint and lists Chris Polk, who has gone from one of the most highly-touted frosh in the country to sleeper in one year — and he’s still a freshmen.
John McKay is No. 2 on the Buster Sports list of the top 30 Pac-10 coaches of the modern era. That must mean Pete Carroll is No. 1 Well, either Carroll or Joe Avezzano, who also hasn’t been mentioned yet. I’m going to go out on a limb and say it’s Carroll, however.
— ESPN.com also has this look at the recent All-Poly Football Camp in Hawaii, which was attended by UW coaches (I think Johnny Nansen). There’s also this list of some of the top players at the camp with UW mentioned as being particularly interested in DL Beau Yap. And here’s a report on the camp from the Honolulu Advertiser.
— BetUs.com has this assessment of the Huskies and whether they are worth a longshot wager to win the Pac-10. Like just about everyone else, the writer figures UW is good for a wins this year.
— BusterSports.com also reviews some of the prop bets in the Pac-10 this fall.
All for now.

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