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College football previews and predictions are rolling in.

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  • SB Nation's Bill Connelly previews the Washington Huskies football season from a national perspective, calling the Huskies "perfectly average."
  • ESPN.com's Ted Miller breaks down college football guru Phil Steele's Pac-12 predictions. Steele picks the Huskies to finish fourth in the Pac-12 North division and also rates the Husky receiving corp as the sixth best in the country.
  • Adam Jude, the new Seattle Times Husky football beat reporter left a humorous note on his first day on the job. We look forward to seeing him covering what might be one of the most important Husky seasons in the Sarkisian era.
  • Brian Elsner from Wait For It Seattle ranks the top 5 quarterbacks in Husky history – No. 2 on the list might be a surprise.
  • Percy Allen asks if senior wing C.J. Wilcox made the right decision by staying in school and not declaring for this year's NBA draft. Though Wilcox likely would have been drafted in the second round, there is no guarantee of a contract or a roster spot. By returning to school, Wilcox has a chance to improve his draft stock and leave a larger legacy on the program.
  • Incoming point guard Nigel Williams-Goss has helped Team USA compile a 4-0 record at the USA U19 World Championships in Prague, Czech Republic. He is averaging 6.3 points, 3 assists and 3.5 rebounds in about 21 minutes per game. You can keep up with WIlliams-Goss and his U19 team at Team USA's official website.
  • UW volleyball finished its overseas tour in Italy. Here's a fun player blog from GoHuskies.com.

Question of the Day:

What is the strongest position group for this Washington Huskies football team both on offense and defense?