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August 27, 2009 at 9:26 PM

Thursday night links

So just think, a week from right now, the college football season will have already started. …
— For my story for the paper tomorrow, I wrote about the ending of UW’s camp and quickly reviewed each of the position groups.
— ESPN’s Ted Miller ranks the Pac-10 offensive lines and has UW at No. 7.
— Also from Miller, I missed this the other day but he held a chat and predicted that UW and WSU would combine for five wins this season. (And he really should have gone out on a limb and predicted at least one would come in the Apple Cup).
— The LSU student newspaper notes that this is the longest trip in LSU football history. As I noted earlier today, the Tigers will travel Thursday night after their practice so they will be in town roughly 45 hours or so before kickoff.
— The LA Times rates LSU No. 9 in the country and has a tidy summation of why the Tigers should be better this season.
— Here’s a good overview of LSU’s camp to date (with a picture of Gary Crowton apparently telling reporters about a fish he once caught).
— One gambling expert — and I pass this along just for informational purposes, by the way — predicts UW will have a winning record against the spread this year.
— Former UW QB Cody Pickett will get another start tomorrow night when Toronto plays Calgary.
All for now.

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