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August 15, 2013 at 9:23 AM

Pac-12 links: Huskies a ‘sneaky’ contender in Pac-12

Jeremy Fowler of CBSsports.com likes Washington as a “sneaky contender” in the Pac-12 this season.

Jerry Palm, meanwhile, has UW playing Utah State in the Poinsettia Bowl on Dec. 26.

If you missed it yesterday, a touching story from a big family of UW fans.

The best-and-worst case scenarios for the Huskies this season.

And here’s my story on UW’s efforts to improve on its red-zone efficiency.

Elsewhere, the Huskies aren’t the only Pac-12 team dealing with injuries or tempers mid-way through camp:

– The good news for USC is star WR Marqise Lee returned to practice Wednesday. The bad news: safety Dion Bailey limped off.

Jim Mora ended UCLA practice early earlier this week after an altercation broke out. Bruins also have some depth at defensive end.

A look at projected starters for Arizona, including possibly B.J. Denker at QB.

Notes from ASU camp.

Injured Cal safety Avery Sebastian is said to be improving.

Kevin Hogan is embracing his role as a leader for Stanford

Connor Wood will likely start at QB for Colorado.

Utah has lost two players for the season to foot injuries.

Could De’Anthony Thomas leave early for the NFL after this season?

Oregon State to scrimmage today.

– A look at three options for WSU at running back.

– Also, the Pac-12, SEC and Big Ten say they won’t license their trademarks to EA Sports. Interesting.

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