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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 23, 2012 at 10:26 PM

Thursday night links — Locker shines in second Tennessee start

There’s no practice report to pass along tonight. So instead, a few links. …

— And we’ll with the second Tennessee quarterback star for former Husky Jake Locker, which went a lot better than his first as he was 11-20 passing for 134 yards and two touchdowns as the Titans beat the Cardinals 32-27.

— Here’s video of the second of his two touchdowns.

— I hadn’t realized this until going through the stats tonight, but Al Afalava, who was the Oregon State safety who leveled a scary hit on Locker in 2007, is now a teammate of Locker’s with the Titans.

Senio Kelemete played guard for the Cardinals in that game, and in what is the unfortunate lot in life for offensive linemen, they tend to get noticed only when something goes bad. So here’s the only mention I could find of Kelemete, that he gave up a sack.

— The Senior Bowl unveiled its first watch list today, and it’s a pretty exclusive group of just 312 players. The only Husky is cornerback Desmond Trufant.

— Here’s my story for Friday’s paper on the offensive line.

— The Sports Network offers a season preview of the Huskies.

— ESPNLA.com breaks down last year’s Trojan win over the Huskies.

— ESPN’s Pac-12 blog is asking which week one game you most want to see (got a pretty good idea the winner among the readers of this space).

— You can also listen to the ESPN Pac-12 bloggers preview the conference, with some mentions of the Huskies along the way.

Drew Schaefer’s latest contribution for the CoachSark site takes you inside the training room.

Jon Wilner says to take the under on UW’s over-under win total of 7.5.

— Former Husky Victor Aiyewa has posted a workout video.

— The Daily Breeze has a feature on Narbonne High and UW commit quarterback Troy Williams.

— Good stuff here from Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com on a web site that gives readers a good view of the X’s and O’s of football.

— Lots of links around the conference from CBSSports.com.

All for now.

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