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August 15, 2010 at 9:53 AM

Sunday morning links

Realizing I haven’t posted any links for a couple days, so I’ll try to catch up (and remember that today is Picture Day, and the team isn’t practicing). …
— First are a few of my stories: — Today’s story on Alameda Ta’amu; the camp glance, which includes five questions with Mason Foster; and Saturday’s story on the walk-ons who were awarded scholarships.
— Times reporter Bud Withers started his Pac-10 previews today with a look at USC.
— Coach Sark’s blog has pictures of Saturday morning’s workout.
— The Deseret News comments on some of Steve Sarkisian’s quotes after Saturday’s practice about the BYU QB renunion that coincides with the UW game on Sept. 4. Should be made clear he made the comment about being booed with a smile, and that he seemed to not really know for sure the format of how the renunion is supposed to work.
— BYU held its first full scrimmage on Saturday, and just reading the stats, sounds like Jake Heaps might be taking the lead in the QB race. Here’s more on the scrimmage.
— The Arizona Republic has an entertaining poll of Pac-10 players from the conference’s media day (so among those polled is Foster). Included is Foster saying that WSU is his least favorite road trip.
Jon Wilner examines how Washington State could impact Pac-10 schedules this year, noting that teams that play the Cougars on the road this year could have a big advantage.
— The Oregonian has an interesting breakdown of ticket prices in college football, with a sidebar on the Pac-10, calling it the conference of bargains.
Vince Grippi rounds up all of the Pac-10 news.
Daniel Te’o-Nesheim had one tackle in the Eagles’ win Friday night.
— Hard to take seriously a prediction of UW as seventh that says Kavario Middleton is still on the team and Cameron Elisara isn’t.
All for now.

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