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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 23, 2010 at 9:14 AM

Monday morning news and notes

The Huskies are back at it for one practice today, at 3 p.m., at Husky Stadium. It’s open to the public. Here’s the schedule for today, noting that UW will be in full pads.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller has a nice feature on UW RB Chris Polk. It’s part of ESPN.com’s Pac-10 day, and in this link explaining that, Miller says Polk could be the nation’s most underrated player.
Miller also looks at five things to watch in the Pac-10 this season. He also recaps all the weekend scrimmages.
— The UW Alumni Association has a new blog called “Blog Down to Washington” and among its first links is a feature on Jake Locker from the alumni magazine.
— I forgot to link this the other day, but for those wondering who UW’s fallback option is at QB should Brett Hundley go elsewhere, it’s likely Adam Pittser of Richmond, Ill. Greg Biggins wrote about Pittser the other day and noted that both UCLA and UW have called him, apparently waiting to see what Hundley will do before offering. Here’s an ESPN.com story on Pittser from earlier this summer.
— The Salt Lake Tribune says BYU will start devoting full attention to UW beginning Thursday, and could also unveil a depth chart that day, possibly finally announcing who will start at QB.
Vince Grippi has a few other notes and links from around the Pac-10, but since yesterday was Sunday, no real news out there.
— Miller will also hold a chat today at noon.
— By the way, I won’t be attending practices the next two days as I take a little time off. Mason Kelley, who will likely be the regular person to spell me on here this season, will cover those practices, instead, and will report on here. But I may pop on to the blog to post a couple other items, and then I’ll be back at it on Wednesday when we make the last charge through to the beginning of the regular season.
All for now.

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