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August 21, 2012 at 9:59 AM

Tuesday links

The Huskies are again on the field twice today, though as has been the schedule throughout camp, the one practice open to us comes at night.

UW will have another practice open to us tomorrow, and then will have three straight days of closed practices (to media and everyone) that will mark the end of training camp. Then UW will shift into gameweek mode in preparation for the season opener against San Diego State Sept. 1.

For now, the morning links. …

UW-RELATED LINKS. ….

— For my story for today’s paper, I wrote about defensive lineman Andrew Hudson.

— The CoachSark blog with some photos of the day.

— UW coach Steve Sarkisian was interviewed on College Football Live Monday.

Steve Kelley’s column on George Hickman.

Kirk Herbstreit’s annual Herbie Awards are out and he lists Keith Price among the top five pocket passers and players ready to take it to the next level, and Justin Wilcox among the top coordinator hires.

Chris Polk had 11 yards on four carries and one catch for five yards for the Eagles last night. Here’s an assessment of the backup tailback job.

— Thanks to a reader for noting that Dorson Boyce was recently signed by the Redskins and is competing for a backup fullback job.

— CBSSports.com looks back at Jake Locker’s UW career.

AROUND COLLEGE FOOTBALL/PAC-12. …

— Our series of Pac-12 previews today focuses on Oregon State.

— Here’s The Oregonian’s Pac-12 rundown.

— ESPN’s Pac-12 blog reviews recruiting in the conference.

— Pacific Takes is counting down the top Trap Games in the conference this year and lists a couple of UW games.

— The Sporting News looks at 10 Pac-12 storylines as the season nears.

— A bunch of Pac-12 notes and links from CBSSports.com.

— The San Jose Mercury News details how Cal had to revamp its social media use after losing Tosh Lupoi to UW.

— WSU and Pac-12 links from the Spokesman-Review.

— An interesting take on the Oregon investigation.

— Arizona’s making a concerted effort to try to fill more seats.

Jon Wilner offers some Pac-12 Network updates and a few other notes.

— LSU insists it is focused on its opener with North Texas, the team it plays the week before hosting UW.

— An analysis of Utah’s offense.

Finally, Wilcox was a guest on KJR-AM Monday. Listen here:

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