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August 11, 2010 at 8:35 AM

Wednesday morning links — Izbicki, ESPN power polls, and more

After a few fall-like days as UW opened camp, looks like summer is returning and the Huskies will have some heat as they begin to put on pads — shoulder pads the next two days, then full pads on Friday — and turn up the heat in practice. On to a few links. …
— Here’s my story for today’s paper on Chris Izbicki.
— UW received seven votes in ESPN’s first national power roll of the season. Five Pac-10 teams received more — Oregon (rated 12), USC (15), Oregon State (24), Stanford (25) and Arizona (which got nine votes).
— Former Husky Warren Moon talks about UW football and Jake Locker in this audio clip from a Tucson radio show.
— Lots of pictures from Tuesday’s practice from Coach Sark’s site as well as the schedule for today.
— Everything you’d want to know about BYU’s practice on Tuesday — sounds like it was a pretty good one for Jake Heaps.
— BYU is using pickle juice to ward off cramps.
Vince Grippi says WSU is way ahead of last year and includes lots of Pac-10 links. A few to note: ASU coach Dennis Erickson says he’s not worried about being on the hot seat; USC is being forced to change the way it practices due to a lack of depth; more on the loss at UCLA of starting defensive end Datone Jones; and OSU gets back LB Keith Pankey.
— Also, Jon Wilner has a preview of Stanford as it opens camp, and Ken Goe has some Oregon news and notes and other Pac-10 links.
— Threat of lightening made Syracuse move inside for its practice Tuesday.
— Nebraska also has pretty stiff competition at tailback.
All for now.

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