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July 19, 2010 at 8:25 AM

Monday morning links — camp starts in three weeks

Three weeks from today, the Huskies will hit the field for the first time in preparation for the 2010 season. For now, we’re left with links. …
— ESPN’s Ted Miller presents his best- and worst-case scenarios for UW this season. Best-case? He sees UW going 10-3 with a No. 9 final ranking (and Nick Holt as Winston Churchill?). Worst-case? A Jake Locker injury and a 3-9 record.
— ESPN’s Mark Schlabach looks at the top storylines as the conference media day season gets set to begin in a week or so.
— The Orange County Register USC’s blog had this preview of UW.
— CBSSports.com columnist Gregg Doyel thinks Pete Carroll’s book ought to really be called “Deny Forever.”
— Pre-Snap Read has Arizona at No. 46.
All for now.

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