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August 22, 2012 at 9:58 AM

Wednesday links

The Huskies will take the field this afternoon for the last practice of training camp that is open to the media. They will then close ranks for a few days as they close out camp, and then get into a gameweek mode, preparing for San Diego State.

For now, the usual morning links. …


— Here’s my story for today’s paper on Derrick Brown and UW’s quarterback position.

— The CoachSark site with pictures of the day.

— profiles Drew Schaefer.

— Here’s UW’s team profile from

— ESPN ranks UW second behind only USC in its latest Class of 2013 recruiting rankings. Here’s in part what it says about UW:

When Washington went to work on its 2013 class, the Huskies focused on addressing very specific needs. They wanted to add skill-position playmakers. They wanted to load up on talent in the trenches and they wanted to continue adding depth throughout the roster. So far, they have addressed every issue.

Receivers Damore’ea Stringfellow (Moreno Valley, Calif./Rancho Verde) and Darrell Daniels (Oakley, Calif./Freedom) are two of the nation’s top 15 players at their position and will be catching passes from the nation’s No. 2-rated dual-threat quarterback, Troy Williams (Harbor City, Calif./Narbonne).

Four offensive linemen are currently committed, led by center Dane Crane (Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Santa Margarita) and tackle Sean Harlow (San Clemente, Calif./San Clemente).

While much of the attention has been focused on Williams, the receivers and offensive linemen, the Huskies have hauled in dynamic defensive linemen. Relatively new to the tackle position, Elijah Qualls (Petaluma, Calif./Casa Grande) has already helped in recruiting other prospects since committing in June.

Jake Locker still fighting questions about his accuracy.

Dorson Boyce continuing to fight for a spot with the Redskins.


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

— The Oregonian’s Pac-12 rundown leads off with news of the unveiling of USC’s new football center.

— Oregon’s QB decision might come down to a scrimmage on Thursday.

— Stanford has picked Josh Nunes as its starting QB. Here’s more on Nunes.

— WSU may go with a kicker who was kicked off Oregon’s team in 2010.

— UCLA’s defensive line h as to plug some gaps.

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

— One of Arizona’s better defensive tackles has been suspended.

— A report on Oregon State’s scrimmage.

— Colorado WR Paul Richardson, attempting to make a really quick recovery from an ACL injury, has been ruled out of the team’s first two games.

— Former LSU women’s soccer player Mo Isom is continuing her attempt to make the football team. As details, she’s overcome a lot to get to this point.

— LSU held its final scrimmage of camp yesterday.

— Some thoughts on Arizona State’s two-deeps.

— Good stuff here from on the evolving nature of playcalling.

— with a history of how the WAC disintegrated.

— Finally, I was a guest on the Gunther and Graham Show in Salt Lake City yesterday talking about the Huskies. Listen below:

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