It’s the first Monday of a game week of the season, which means Steve Sarkisian’s first Monday press conference.
Among the things that will happen today is the release of the first official depth chart of the season. Once that comes out I will post it here.
IN OTHER HUSKY NEWS. …
— I’m scheduled to be on KJR-AM with Ian Furness (filling in for Mitch) and Hugh Millen at 9 a.m.
— And the first Steve Sarkisian Coach’s Show is also today on KJR-AM at 4:30 p.m. Those are again at the Don James Center.
— For my main story for today’s paper, I examined UW’s decision to play FCS teams such as Eastern Washington.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller has UW fifth in his week one Power Rankings.
— Jon Wilner says UW is playing the sixth-toughest schedule in the conference this year.
— The Kitsap Sun has a story on Eastern Washington defensive tackle Renard Williams, who will pose a challene for the Huskies Saturday.
— Good stuff from The Oregonian breaking down ticket prices throughout the Pac-12.
— The LA Times picks UW fourth in the Pac-12 North.
AROUND THE PAC-12/COLLEGE FOOTBALL
— One LA columnist says Lane Kiffin is feeling as much pressure as Rick Neuheisel.
— Here’s a little preview of Indiana State, where former Husky Ronnie Fouch remains the starting QB.
— The LA Times has a Q-and-A with Mark Emmert.
— Interesting look at how many people will have their hands in UCLA’s offense this year.
— All NFL teams must reduce their rosters from 90 to 75 by Tuesday, so obviously a lot of former Huskies hoping for the best. I’ll update that news as quickly as I can.
— Vince Grippi with some links around the Pac-12.
— One-time UW commit Brendon Bigelow is reported to be likely to redshirt this year, which makes you wonder where he’d be in the mix at Washington right now had he come to Seattle, instead.