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August 8, 2012 at 10:15 AM

Wednesday links

It’s day three of training camp, and UW will be back at it for practice this afternoon, likely in shoulder pads for the first time, so the intensity ratcheting up just a little bit more.

We’ll have the usual array of interviews and reports later. For now, a few links.

First, those involving UW:

— Here’s the report from GoHuskies.com.

— And coverage from The Daily.

— Top Pot dropped off some ice cream for the UW coaches yesterday. So those guys should be in a good mood today.

— Former Husky Marlion Barnett has transferred to Illinois State.

Donald Butler thinks he’s regained the stop he lost a year ago in San Diego.

— Here’s more on Chris Polk’s attempt to make the Eagles.

— Your daily Jake Locker update, this one relating why his mobility gives him an edge.

— Missed this the other day but D’Andre Goodwin has been placed on injured reserve by the Broncos.

Now some links around the Pac-12/college football:

Bud Withers examines what Vegas thinks of the Pac-12.

— Stanford’s looking for better receiver play.

— The Oregon State rundown from the Oregonian.

— And the Oregon rundown.

— And the entire conference.

— A couple Colorado players in some pellet gun-related trouble.

— Colorado still trying to decide among three quarterbacks.

— Stanford’s 13th in ESPN.com’s power rankings.

— USC’s defensive line the one area of its team with a lot of question marks.

— The Trojans also want star receiver Robert Woods to take it slow.

— Washington State notes and links from Christian Caple.

— San Diego State, UW’s first foe, plays a 3-3-5 defense (as will Arizona this year).

— You won’t see the Honey Badger on Twitter once the season begins.

— Finally, Austin Seferian-Jenkins was among those on with Mike Gastineau and Elise Woodward on KJR-AM yesterday. Listen here:

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