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August 4, 2010 at 8:47 AM

Live chat at noon — and Wednesday a.m. links and notes

First a quick note, Jake Locker will be in studio on KJR-AM 950 in Seattle from 9-10 a.m. today on the Mitch in the Morning Show. If Locker can survive that, the Pac-10 should be a breeze.
Next, let’s have a live chat today at noon to begin talking about the beginning of fall camp on Monday.
Now, a few links:
— Former Husky Donald Butler was carted off the field with an unspecified ankle injury at Chargers’ practice yesterday.
— ASU’s offensive line has taken a couple more hits, not good news for an area of that team that was bad last year anyway and desperately needed to improve this season for the Devils to get back on track.
— Here’s a good column out of Boise about the NCAA rule limiting public acknowledgement of recruits who have yet to sign letters-of-intent being taken to absurd lengths.
Vince Grippi with a few links around the conference.
All for now.

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