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August 31, 2010 at 8:29 AM

Tuesday morning links and notes

First off, a reminder again of our chat at noon today with Damon and Brock Huard, detailed below.
— I’ll repeat the TV situation since I continue to get questions about it. It is on CBS College Sports, channel 412 on Comcast or 633 in HD. It is also available via satellite on DirecTV Channel 613 (Choice Xtra Package) and Dish Network Channel 152 (America’s top 200 Package). I do not know of any sanctioned on-line options.
— Times columnist Jerry Brewer wrote today that the game at BYU could define the season.
— Here’s my story on Steve Sarkisian’s return to BYU.
Kirk Herbstreit handed out his “Herbie Awards” and included is Chris Polk on the list of most underrated players and Jake Locker on the list of most exciting, best dual threat QB and biggest gamechanger, and Sarkisian as the top playcaller.
— Lots of BYU stuff in the Cougar Tracks blog, including a look at the two-deep.
— Here’s a take from the Deseret News on Sarkisian’s return.
— The Deseret News also says BYU has better speed in the back end to combat Locker’s legs.
— The Salt Lake Tribune has lots of notes and quotes from the press conference Monday of BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall.
— The Huskies spent part of their day yesterday with their team security guy, former Husky punter Sean O’Laughlin.
— Here’s more on BYU’s plan to go with two QBs.
— The Associated Press story from Monday’s press conference looked at the high expectations greeting UW.
Mason Kelley has a profile of Kasen Williams as part of our high school preview package.
— As part of that package Kelley also has a story on Mercer Island QB Jeff Lindquist, who figures to be a key target for the Huskies for the Class of 2012.
— The AP also has a little story on Kasen Williams.
— ESPN.com’s has a list of Pac-10 Heisman candidates and a look at significant depth chart updates around the conference.
— Finally, lots of Pac-10 links from Vince Grippi.

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