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August 11, 2011 at 8:14 AM

Thursday links

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The big news Wednesday was the school’s launching of the HuskyStadium.com web site, with just about all you’d want to know about the renovation.

I wrote a couple of different pieces about the unveiling: this story, on how the renovation may impact the ticket prices for the average fan; and this Take 2 piece on how the renovation could help push UW back to the top of the conference (it’s certainly the hope at the school, anyway).

Also in our paper today is this column from Jerry Brewer on how Jake Locker and Matt Hasselbeck are working together in Tennessee. Locker could get some reps with the first unit when the Titans play their first game against Minnesota Saturday night.

The Huskies and Danny Shelton (pictured in a Jim Bates photo) will be back in action today at 3:15 p.m.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

— Here’s the report on practice Wednesday from GoHuskies.com.

— CoachSark’s site with some pictures.

— When the Seahawks play San Diego tonight, former Husky Donald Butler will be competing for a starting ILB job with the Chargers.

Cody Habben is struggling with a knee injury at the moment in Raiders camp.

D’Andre Goodwin cited as having “shown flashes” in Broncos’ camp this story in the Denver Post.

— Scout.com lists Chris Polk No. 7 nationally among running backs.

— The Sagarin Ratings have UW at No. 52 nationally.

Jon Wilner with some quick thoughts on the AP Top 25 and the Pac-12 TV deal.

— Utah is battling injuries and already scrimmaging.

— An AP preview of the WAC leads off with some thoughts on Hawaii.

— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller wonders how long Lane Kiffin’s honeymoon will last.

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