As detailed in the entry below, UW’s practices today were both closed to the public and media, so nothing new to report from Husky camp.
Practice tomorrow is also closed, so there won’t be anything new on Friday, either.
For now, a couple of notes and links. …
— Some not so good news for former Husky tight end Kavario Middleton, who was recently charged in Seattle Municial Court with driving under the influence in relation to an incident on June 6. He is scheduled for an arraignment on Sept. 3. Middleton is now playing at Montana and that’s the same day the Grizzlies are scheduled to open the season at Tennessee. Middleton was dismissed by the Huskies in July, 2010 for what was described as a violation of team rules.
— Seattle Times sports editor Don Shelton wrote today about the visit to the house of Don James on Thursday for the live chat in which he participated.
— ESPN.com has an interesting Q-and-A with Steve Sarkisian that is part of a series of interviews with every coach in the Pac-12. Included in the interview, Sarkisian says the worst call he’s made so far was throwing on third down late in the game at ASU in 2009, a sequence of events that led to the last-second TD pass that won the game for the Sun Devils.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller called UW winning the North “a longshot” along with lots of other thoughts in a live chat he held today.