A late start to the links today, but better late than never, hopefully. …
— Here’s my story for today’s paper looking at how injuries and attrition have impacted the linebacking corps the first week of camp.
— GoHuskies.com examines the running back position.
— CBSSports.com breaks down salaries for coaches in the Pac-12.
— Here’s an AP story that mentions Kasen Williams as a possible Heisman dark horse.
— And another AP story that includes UW’s trip to LSU as one of the early-season non-conference games of intrigue.
— Isaiah Stanback, attempting to make the Giants as a receiver, had one catch for five yards last night. But it was one heck of a catch — here’s video of it, which as you can see went for a touchdown.
— Jake Locker and Devin Aguilar will be back in town tonight as the Titans play the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Locker said he got so many ticket requests he eventually just told everyone to look on StubHub.
— A good update on the Pac-12 Networks from Jon Wilner.
— Among the freshmen vying for playing time at Stanford is WR Michael Rector, who was a UW commit for a while last year.
— USC scrimmaged Friday — here’s a report.
— A look at some key questions facing Oregon State.
— WSU will scrimmage today. That and Pac-12 links from Christian Caple.
— Sounds like Colorado WR Paul Richardson may really be able to play after suffering an ACL injury in the spring.
— Here’s a Cal update that focuses on the running back spot.
— Utah has lost a potentially key member of its defensive line for the season due to a foot injury.
— UCLA has named redshirt freshman Brett Hundley, who seriously considered UW before signing with the Bruins, as its starting quarterback.
— A good overview of the Tyrann Mathieu situation from the Associated Press.
— Finally, here’s some video of receiver DiAndre Campbell talking after practice Friday:
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