- If you missed the trailer for Washington's web series The Pursuit, we've got you covered.
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The UW athletic department posted some footage from yesterday's practice to the UW Football Instagram account. GoHuskies.com also posted a photo gallery from Tuesday's practice.
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- Anthony has the details on 2016 four-star athlete Brandon Wellington, who committed to the Huskies last night.
- Adam Jude spoke to Coach Pete about what he learned from Monday's scrimmage.
- Percy Allen's latest story is on Marcus Peters, who may play well enough this fall to become a first-round draft pick next spring.
- Christian Caple details the depth on the Husky defensive line.
- The AP looks at the key storylines surrounding the Washington football program as it heads into the 2014 season.
- Mason Kelly reports on Nigel Williams-Goss' development at Chris Paul's basketball camp last weekend in Winston-Salem, N.C.
- Ted Miller calls the Pac-12 its own worst enemy in the fight to get one or more of its teams into the first College Football Playoff.
- Grantland published Holly Anderson's preview of the Pac-12 conference, saying this about Washington:
Almost exactly as soon as Steve Sarkisian got the Huskies to a by-god breakthrough season, he skipped back to Southern California. But don't expend sympathies on the Huskies, who managed what could end up being a flat-out upgrade in head coaching by prying Chris Petersen out of his lair at Boise State. Along with Sark, Washington loses its top two ball carriers in Adamantium-skinned quarterback Keith Price and running back Bishop Sankey, but almost everybody who played behind them returns. There'll be tons of veteran experience on the offensive line behind which to experiment, and a squishy opening slate to provide ample room for trial and error. And from a defense that was tons of fun to watch last season, Petersen and incoming defensive coordinator Pete Kwiatkowski inherit boatloads of tackles, as well as a defensive star with a possible two-way future in Shaq Thompson. It would've been interesting to see how Sark followed up his first really meaty successful campaign in Seattle; it'll be even more interesting to see what Petersen does with what Sark left behind.
- Paul Myerberg rated Arizona his No. 26 team and Chris Petersen's former Boise State Broncos No. 25. Still to come among Pac-12 teams are Washington, Oregon, Stanford, USC, and UCLA.
- Take your pick—Bishop Sankey is either the best fantasy rookie in the NFL, or a major fantasy gamble. Regardless of what any armchair warriors have to say, the Titans' coaching staff is bullish on Bishop's potential.
- In a move that will surprise none of his fans, Austin Seferian-Jenkins continues to be his own harshest critic.
- Sports Illustrated catches up with Husky and Sonics basketball legend Detlef Schrempf.
More football previews, a key 2016 commitment, and accolades for the Pac-12 conference.