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August 19, 2011 at 8:36 AM

Friday links — FOX video, Foster’s hit, and more

The Huskies are getting nearer to the finish line of camp, with today marking the second-to-last of their two-a-days. As has been the case, only the latter practice, at 7 p.m., is open to the public and media.

UW will obviously hope for no news today like that of yesterday concerning Chris Polk, though again, sounds as if this is a minor deal and he will be back soon. Still, Polk’s important enough that the news about his knee was the focus of our story for today’s paper.

IN OTHER HUSKY NEWS. …

— CoachSark’s site has some pictures of some of the Plays of the Day. One I should have noted in the blog was a nice one-handed grab of a pass slighthly behind him by Devin Aguilar, who after missing some time a few days ago appears to be getting better.

— Here’s the coverage from UW’s official site.

—- You can still enter UWTV’s contest to be part of one of its Husky Stadium shows.

— A gambler’s view of the Dawgs.

— Remember our live chat today at 11 a.m. with former UW center Ed Cunningham (which you’ll be able to access through this blog, as well).

— And here’s some video from the appearance at practice the other day of the FOX broadcast team, including Gus Johnson, Charles Davis and Tim Brewster along with Sarkisian:

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HUSKIES IN THE NFL. …

Mason Foster made the highlight reels with a hit on Ochocinco in the Bucs’ loss to the Pats last night, drawing a flag in the process. You can see it here. He finished with one tackle and one quarterback hit.

Daniel Te’o-Nesheim had two tackles for the Eagles in their loss to the Steelers.

Dorson Boyce was re-signed by the Seahawks.

AROUND THE PAC-12/COLLEGE FOOTBALL. …

— For our Pac-12 preview series, I wrote today about Cal.

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