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August 16, 2009 at 10:12 AM

Sunday links, notes

Picture Day is underway as I type this, though I’m not there. After a long first week of camp, I’m pretty much taking today off — the team isn’t practicing so nothing really to report today.
I may try to answer a few questions later, but for now, I’ll leave you with a few links. …
— Coach Sark’s Top Five List included an interesting Player of the Day — right guard Senio Kelemete. The O-Line definitely struggled on Friday but Sarkisian obviously thought at least one guy rebounded on Saturday.
— I’ve kind of gotten away from doing wholesale links around the Pac-10 because some other guys already do such a good job with it. That includes Vince Grippi of the Spokesman-Review, who has a lot of links this morning from around the conference.
— Most interesting of those for UW fans may be this one from the Arizona Republic as the newspaper asked a lot of the players at Pac-10 media day a series of questions, such as their favorite Pac-10 road trip. Donald Butler’s potentially surprising answer? Oregon.
— A day late with this, but former Husky Cody Pickett had a big game in his first start for the Toronto Argonauts Friday, though not enough to get his team the win.
— LSU held its first scrimmage Saturday and the early word is that the offense was ahead of the defense.
— And this report of the scrimmage notes that WR Trindon Holliday was back returning punts after missing some practices earlier in the week. He may be the fastest man in college football after winning the NCAA 100-meter championship last spring and will pose a definite challenge for UW’s coverage units on Sept. 5.
— There’s also this on how LSU needs to rebuild its defensive line.
All for now.

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