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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 12, 2010 at 9:06 AM

Thursday morning links — Goodwin, Seferian-Jenkins, and more

UW has one practice again today, at 3 p.,m. at Husky Stadium, open to the public. They’ll again be in helmets and shoulder pads, with full pads arriving on Friday.
Now, on to some links. …
— For my story for today’s paper I wrote about D’Andre Goodwin — what happened last year to drop him to backup receiver status after a 60-catch season in 2008, and how he plans to return to form this year. I seem to get as many questions about Goodwin as any other player during my live chats, so hopefully this answers them. (And for the inevitable question on his stated 40 time in the story, both Goodwin and position coach Jimmie Dougherty said that’s what it was. They do them hand-held, so take that into consideration, as well. I pass it along largely to illustrate that I think he’s generally regarded as one of the fastest 3-4 players on the team).
— Also, here’s my day three camp glance (which is admittedly an edited version of what was essentially in the blog practice report, but I pass it along anyway).
— Here’s the schedule for today from CoachSark’s site, as well as some audio of cornerbacks coach Demetrice Martin.
— The Peninsula Gateway has a feature on Gig Harbor TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins and also a look at his pending college choice (though with no real revelations). One follower of Texas recruiting, however, thinks ASJ is headed to UW.
— One of BYU’s top defensive players, starting strongside LB Jordan Pendelton, is still sitting out while recovering from shoulder surgery, and it’s uncertain when he’ll return. More on Day Four of BYU’s camp. BYU will have an open scrimmage Saturday.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller notes that in a players’ poll, Jake Locker was named as the Pac-10’s best player, Stanford the team to beat.
— In an Insider story for ESPN.com, Todd McShay again lists Locker as the top QB prospect for the 2011 draft.
Pat Forde of ESPN.com, meanwhile, says it’s not even close if you try to compare Locker with Boise State’s Kellen Moore (and he’s not picking Locker in that debate).
Vince Grippi with his daily links around the conference.
Jon Wilner breaks down how much money each Pac-10 school has gotten from the conference the last two years.
— All five of Rivals.com’s college football experts pick Oregon to win the Pac-10 and also weigh in on a few other categories (though with not much mention of UW in any of them).
— More on Dillon Baxter’s suspension and how it may impact USC’s tailback position.
All for now.

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