Hype videos and Dots. What else could you possibly need?
- The UDBTV YouTube account released another hype video, called "Our Home."
- Washington is Paul Myerberg's No. 23 team as we head into the 2014 football season. His take:
This is a team that may continue to have hiccups against the elite teams on its schedule, but that shouldn't last long: Sarkisian left Petersen a gifted and hungry roster; he just needs to keep this pointed in the right direction. He'll do that and then some. This is a team with nine-win and Rose Bowl potential. At some point soon, the Huskies will parlay that potential into production. It's an exciting time in the program's history.
- Mason Kelly's latest features are on secondary coach Jimmy Lake and Washington's mammoth offensive linemen.
- Jerry Brewer zooms and and wonders if this could be the best year ever for Seattle sports.
- The Oregonian previews the Huskies from the Beavers' point of view.
- Hawaii head coach Norm Chow has named his starting quarterback for the season opener against Washington.
- Christian Caple writes that Washington's players are bummed to not be playing as themselves in a new NCAA football video game this year. You're in good company, guys.
- Caple also looks Washington's senior-heavy defensive line, and ponders life after Shelton and Kikaha.
- Mark Coyle, Boise State's athletic director, told the press that has been "zero talk" between himself and the UW Department of Athletics about canceling the planned football game against Washington in 2015. My cynic's translation: there are currently back-channel conversations between the Huskies and the Broncos about canceling the game.
- NFL.com ranks the Huskies its No. 20 preseason team.
- Austin Seferian-Jenkins' fans in Tampa Bay have high hopes for his debut season.
- What sort of fantasy production can we expect from Bishop Sankey this year? Meanshile, Sankey is learning all sorts of new running techniques, according to The Onion. (Yes, I know that this is fake news, but it's still entertaining.)
- Former UW player and head coach Jim Lambright has pleaded not guilty to charges of fourth-degree assault/domestic violence following an altercation with his granddaughter in June.