- Adam Jude from the Seattle Times picks Oregon to beat Arizona St. in the Pac-12 title game, while also picking the Huskies to finish No. 3 in the North Division standings.
- Senior quarterback Keith Price and sophomore running back Bishop Sankey were both named to the 50-man watch list for the Walter Camp Award. This honor is given annually to college football's best player.
- Speaking of lists, junior tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins comes in at No. 41 in NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah's draft rankings.
- Unsurprisingly, season ticket sales for football have increased from last season: a 41,193 to 45,056 jump, to be exact. A winning football team and a brand new stadium are the easy reasons why sales are up.
- Brian Elsner at Wait For It Seattle continues his all-time Husky position lists, this time covering wide receivers.
- Titan Sized makes a compelling argument on why Titans quarterback Jake Locker might not be as bad as some fans currently think he is. A closer look at Colts quarterback Andrew Luck's and Locker's numbers might surprise you.
- Desmond Trufant is not under contract with the Atlanta Falcons yet. Pro Football Talk reports Trufant and the Falcons organization are currently conflicting about his contract situation. It's all about that guaranteed money!
- Jon Johnston from SB Nation's Nebraska blog, Corn Nation, argues that college football will be dead in 20 years.
- The Sacramento Bee catches up with Kings point guard Isaiah Thomas. Lil' Zeke says he "welcomes" competition at the point guard position.
- OregonLive.com interviews Raptors head coach Dwane Casey and Terrence Ross about the shooting guard's summer and development heading into his second year in the NBA.
- How's Grizzlies point guard Tony Wroten developing? For starters, he's only shooting 56 percent from the charity stripe – and in his first two summer league games he was 5-for-23 from the field. But then again, it's summer league. Chris Herrington from the Memphis Flyer gives his observations of Wroten in this blog post.
- Construction for the new Husky baseball stadium has commenced. Check out this video from GoHuskies.com:
Question of the Day:
Everyone knows ASJ is a sure-fire NFL draft pick whenever he decides to declare for the draft. However, who else on this roster has a legitimate shot at having a career at the next level? Are Keith Price and Bishop Sankey NFL prospects? Can Shaq Thompson catch scouts' attention, if he hasn't already? Who in your opinion are the NFL prospects on this Husky football team?