Five more days. …
— I appeared on the Elise at Night show Tuesday alongside Chris Fetters and Scott Eklund of Dawgman.com to talk about the Huskies. Here’s the podcast. Entire segment lasts 90 minutes or so as we hit on lots of different areas of UW and Pac-12 football.
— Mason Kelley of our staff has a video interview with UW commit Nathan Dean of Juanita.
— I wrote this little story on the beginning of football season for our new Take 2 feature the other day that I forgot to post earlier.
— Danny O’Neil examines Nate Robinson’s Tweets about wanting to try out for the Seahawks.
— Rivals.com lists its Top 10 receiving corps in the country for this year, and includes two Pac-12 teams — neither, however, is UW.
— CollegeFootballPundit lists safety James Sample as one of the top incoming freshmen defensive backs in the country.
— Another update on how Mason Foster is doing in Tampa Bay.
— Jake Locker is highlighted in this USA Today story on how salaries have changed for rookies.
— Locker’s confidence, meanwhile, appears to be growing as camp progresses.
— The Oregonian ponders how UW will survive like without Locker.
— Hawaii is launching a Heisman campaign for QB Bryant Moniz, who appears at Husky Stadium on Sept. 10.
— The San Jose Mercury News asks if the Pac-12 will be better than the Pac-10.
— The BusinessofCollegeSports looks at how further expansion could change the college football landscape.
— The Wall Street Journal has an interesting piece on the increasing popularity of early betting lines.
All for now.