- Evan Webeck from The Husky Haul takes a look at a potential kicking controversy brewing between senior Travis Coons and freshman Cameron Van Winkle.
- Gregg Bell from GoHuskies.com offers an inspiring read about long-time UW fan Kim Jackson and how Steve Sarkisian and the football program showed their appreciation to the ailing Jackson.
- Former Husky cornerback Desmond Trufant and the Atlanta Falcons agreed to terms on Wednesday. Trufant's deal is worth $8.16 million with $4.3 million guaranteed. He becomes the third member of the Trufant family to be currently playing in the NFL; his oldest brother Marcus plays for the Jacksonville Jaguars, while his other brother Isaiah Trufant is entering his fourth season with the New York Jets.
- UW announced on Wednesday that fall camp practices will be closed to the public due "space and safety" issues related to ongoing construction at Husky Stadium.
- Ricky Henne from Chargers.com previews the San Diego Chargers' and characterizes former Husky linebacker Donald Butler's 2012 campaign as "outstanding."
- Brian Elsner from Wait For It Seattle defends his choice to rank senior Keith Price as the No. 2 quarterback in Husky history.
- ESPN.com's Phil Steele calls USC a BCS title contender, citing the team's schedule and depth as two main reasons for a championship-worthy season. Sounds like our own Chris Landon's preview from last week.
- Not the highest praise for former Husky point guard Tony Wroten from ESPN's NBA evaluators. Wroten shot a horrible 25.4% from the field with his turnovers outnumbering his assists. Did he leave Washington too early? I'd say so.
- And to end on a happy note, check out this photo Coach Sark tweeted out on Thursday:
Who's house, Dawgs house! pic.twitter.com/eu80FhzpUx— Steve Sarkisian (@CoachSark) July 26, 2013
Question of the Day:
Short and simple: What position battles are you most looking forward to during fall camp?