Thursday links for your consumption:
- To no one's surprise, the Mackey Award watch list included junior Austin Seferian-Jenkins. As Anthony Cassino put it simply on twitter, this watch list is basically a list of guys who can win the award if ASJ misses any games.
- Gregg Bell at GoHuskies.com writes an extensive profile on quarterback Keith Price, recapping his offseason and his mindset entering the season.
- Washington's 2014 football recruiting class? So far, so good. Bud Elliott from SBNation.com broke down the top commitments in the Pac-12 with Washington tied with USC with the most players listed at five.
- Husky radio commentator Damon Huard breaks down the Kasen Williams situation at 710 ESPN Seattle.
- The Pac-12 is expanding its Globalization Initiative. The league will send several more groups to China help build bonds and relationships with Chinese leaders. The Pac-12 is considering holding a regular season conference game overseas and possibly even a football game in the future.
- Former Husky forward Matthew Bryan-Amaning will star for the Chicago Bulls in the Las Vegas Summer League.
- And finally, a hype video courtesy of Bronco Nation News. August 31st can't come soon enough. Go Dawgs!
Question of the Day:
Assuming ASJ does not miss any games, is it really a foregone conclusion that he's the best tight end in the country, without question? Are there any weaknesses to his game?