The Huskies open their second week of training camp today with another set of two-a-days. Only the latter is open to the media, however, so it’ll be a while before there’s any news coming today from Montlake.
For now, some links. …
UW-RELATED NEWS. …
— Meant to mention this Saturday, but among the visitors at UW’s practice that day was Class of 2014 tight end prospect Chase Blakely of Coeur D’Alene. Also there were the Bellevue High LB tandem of Myles Jack and Sean Constantine, the latter of whom has committed to UW (Jack has committed to UCLA).
— CBSSports.com’s Bruce Feldman says don’t worry about Steve Sarkisian taking the Arkansas job.
— Here’s a feature on Caleb Tucker, who was one of the seven players to commit to UW in June.
— SBNation says to bet the under on UW’s over-under win total of 7.5.
— As a takeoff of Shark Week, CoachSark.com has christened this week “Sark Week” and is quizzing fans on past UW football games (I think I remember that one).
— And the latest Feature Freshman is Kendyl Taylor.
— Here’s a preview on UW from The Denver Post.
— UW says tickets are still on sale for Raise the Woof.
— Jake Locker closed the gap on Matt Hasselbeck with his play in Seattle Saturday night.
— Isaiah Stanback continues to make a move to make the roster of the Giants (note is about midway through).
AROUND COLLEGE FOOTBALL/PAC-12. …
— Bothell High RB Darrin Laufasa has committed to BYU — he did not have a listed offer from UW.
— Jon Wilner has several features on the Pac-12 Networks, which debut this week (though sadly, not at my house since I’m among those with DirecTV). Here’s an overview of the networks and a look at how and where to watch.
— After the controversy of last week, Lane Kiffin has given up his vote in the USA Today/Coaches Poll.
— Lots of links around the Pac-12 from CBSSports.com.
— Also a ton of links around the Pac-12 from The Oregonian.
—- Included is this story on Dennis Erickson adjusting to live without coaching football.
— And more Pac-12 links from Christian Caple in Spokane.
— Will the loss of the Honey Badger hurt LSU?
— The Big Lead says LSU will still be loaded on defense.
— Tony Barnhart says blame the system, not the Honey Badger.
— A Q-and-A with San Diego State QB coach Brian Sipe, and if you’re my age or anywhere close, you remember him mostly as the former QB of those fun Cleveland Browns teams of way back when.
— Here’s another take on San Diego State coach Rocky Long’s thoughts that he might just go for it every time his team is inside the 50.