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