Settle down. It's not like we stole 'em. Geez. They are dots. They are for everyone! And they are glorious.
- Lorenzo Romar is implementing a new offense, and he explains himself to Percy. With the new offense, the new rotation and the new staff, this is a surprisingly exciting time for Husky BBall
- Also from Percy, details on the hiring of Lamont Smith from Arizona State. Interesting to hear how Coach Smith perceived the UW program from the other side of the court.
- UW Football is cited in this list of the 10 biggest college upsets since the Appalachian State game several years ago.
- Condotta wrote a nice feature on John Timu who, more and more, is becoming the leader of the defense. Given the filling out of his frame, his health, and the understanding of the game borne from his experience as a QB, Timu ranks as one of the more interesting storylines for 2012.
- David Climer chimes in on Jake Locker's game against the Cardinals last night. I watched it and was impressed with Jake's attempts to work his progressions a little more. He's definitely thinking too much out there, but he definitely made plays. The article comments on Jake's learning curve and his attitude in handling adversity.
- Vic Aiyewa put this up on youtube and, well, enjoy. It is pure awesome.
- An interesting article that details the ongoing Oregon investigation. The website containing the post is a service focused on providing information and guidance to prospective student athletes - definitely a unique point of view that lacks (thankfully) and fan bias.
- And, for Kirk, David Shaw says that he doesn't know what kind of shape Shayne Skov is in and that they will rotate players. I find it a ridiculous statement that they don't know what kind of shape Skov will be in, but I expected that Skov would have a hard time outright unseating either of the other two ILBs and this kind of public commentary is to be expected when justifying why Skov isn't playing every down.
Stanford coach David Shaw on Shayne Skov: We don't know what his conditioning level will be early in the season; he may split time.— Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) August 23, 2012