- Christian Caple has the latest interviews following this week's practices.
- Shaq Thompson and Hau'oli Kikaha were tabbed as two of the top-four candidates for Pac-12 defensive player of the year by ESPN's Pac-12 Blog.
- Mason Kelley gives us a look into Shaq's life beyond the gridiron, and highlights Travis Feeney's performance against Colorado.
- GoHuskies' Datapoints project has some cool graphics illustrating Shaq's importance to the team.
- Every Day Should Be Saturday has some novel ideas about how to slow down Kikaha in his quest to sack opposing quarterbacks.
- Caple writes about John Ross' shift to the defensive side of the ball. Adam Jude says that the move will allow Budda Baker to assume more of a deep safety role than what he has played so far.
- Jim Mora described his impending homecoming to Montlake as "just another game" for the Bruins' head coach. Larry Stone chimes in with his thoughts.
- Caple also has some basketball vids for the roundball fans.
- Percy Allen has the starting five for tomorrow's exhibition.
Washington will start Shawn Kemp, Mike Anderson, Jernard Jarreau, Andrew Andrews and Nigel Williams-Goss for Thursday's exhibition.— Percy Allen (@percyallen) November 5, 2014
- If you haven't yet caught the fever, now is a great time to climb aboard the volleyball bandwagon.
Some more interviews following this week's practices, and kicking off the basketball season with tomorrow's home opener.