August 22, 2014 at 8:14 AM
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- Our notebook from today’s paper: There’s a pretty good chance we’ll see upwards of 10 true freshmen play for UW in the first month.
- Some interesting musings from Bud Withers about the state of the Pac-12, and which teams might be “worse” off this season. As he writes, “the conference appears to be stacked at a level perhaps unprecedented, with quality teams and a passel of returning quarterbacks. It has struck me that for some teams — Utah, Arizona, Washington State, perhaps even Washington — the notion of upward mobility is difficult. It seems possible to get better without any real evidence in the standings.”
- Christian Caple writes about the experienced offensive line.
- From the UW Daily: The under-the-radar Evan Hudson is a player to watch on the veteran D-line.
- Budda Baker once brought UCLA’s “runningbacker” Myles Jack to tears.
- Gabe Marks, Washington State’s top receiver last season, could redshirt this year.
- Bark for Sark, anyone? Steve Sarkisian applied last year to trademark the phrase.