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August 13, 2010 at 8:08 AM

Friday links — Aiyewa, walk-ons get their rides, and more

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For my main story for today’s paper I wrote about the battle for the strongside linebacker spot, and specifically senior Victor Aiyewa, at the moment the leader at the position (pictured to the right in a Joey Anchondo photo).
As the story notes, the competition at that spot really starts to heat up today as full pads go on for the first time and the coaches begin to see who can do what against the run.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— Coach Sark’s site broke the news that in the team meeting that followed Thursday’s practice, UW coach Steve Sarkisian announced that five walk-ons would be put on scholarship for the 2010 season. They are LB Jonathan Amosa, LB Brandon Huppert, OL Daniel Kanczugowski, snapper Brendan Lopez and OL Greg Christine. All could play key backup or special teams roles for UW this season.
— Coach Sark also has the schedule for today posted. (Seeing as how he’s doing all this blogging these days, if he’d ever like to change jobs — and paychecks — even for a few days, I’m all ears).
— UW’s official site has the details on Picture Day as well as links to some pictures from yesterday’s practice.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller ranks the Pac-10 QBs and has Jake Locker at the top.
— Miller also writes that the Pac-10 is again a conference known for its QBs.
— The Deseret News has the details of the BYU QB reunion that will be held when UW plays in Provo.
— Here are all the details on BYU’s practice yesterday.
— WSU notes and Pac-10 links from Vince Grippi in Spokane.
Daniel Te’o-Nesheim makes his Eagles debut tonight in an exhibition game against Jacksonville, and this writer says he needs to make a little noise.

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