It’s another two-a-day for UW, and the Huskies may be on the field as you read this for their first workout. Media access doesn’t come until the night practice tonight, however. So for now, a few links. …
UW LINKS. …
— Steve Kelley wrote about Cody Bruns and his hopes for a big senior year.
— Here’s my story wrapping up the injury news of the day.
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller said in his chat Thursday he expects UW to be 2-4 after the first half of the season.
— Jon Wilner says UW has the toughest schedule in the Pac-12 this season and that Sarkisian will need some luck to get through it.
— Former UW athletic director Barbara Hedges is back to work at USC.
— A reminder that Jake Locker will start tonight for the Titans against Tampa Bay (and former UW teammate Mason Foster).
— The Eagles are considering using Chris Polk at fullback.
— Look for Senio Kelemete to get a lot of playing time the next few weeks.
AROUND THE PAC-12/COLLEGE FOOTBALL. …
— Bud Withers reviewed the first night of the Pac-12 Networks.
— Withers also continues the Times’ series of Pac-12 previews with this on Arizona State.
— ESPN.com also examines the state of the Pac-12 entering the season.
— Here’s The Oregonian’s Pac-12 roundup.
— CougCenter.com with some thoughts on the Pac-12 Networks distribution issues.
— The Oregonian has a sneak peek at Oregon’s new uniforms.
— One-time UW commit Alejandro Maldonado is in a battle for his kicking job at Oregon.
— Oregon’s 82-game home sellout streak is in danger as the opener against Arkansas State awaits.
— San Diego State is having its own share of injuries and also will hold an open scrimmage Saturday.
— Pac-12 and WSU links from Christian Caple in Spokane, as well as some notes on WSU’s new interview policies.
— Cal practiced in its renovated stadium for the first time.
— Some interesting stuff here on the change in culture at Arizona State.