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- Chris Landon had too much time on his hands, and made a spreadsheet breaking down Washington's scholarship situation.
- The Bellingham Herald has photos from Monday's practice, and Christian Caple caught up with Kasen Williams to talk about recovering from his season-ending leg injury.
- Two coaches of Washington's non-conference opponents—Tim Beckman of Illinois and Norm Chow of Hawaii—appear on this Sports Illustrated list of coaches on the hottest seats in America.
- Elsewhere, SI wonders how Chris Petersen will do in his first year. (The writer picked the Huskies to go 9–4 this year, which is impossible since the team plays a 13-game regular season, and a 9–4 regular season record would obviously get them to a bowl game. In other words, don't think that the author spent too much examining the Huskies' schedule before writing his piece.)
- 24/7 Sports calls the Washington-Illinois contest this fall the No. 4 non-conference matchup in the B1G.
- Mason Kelly (who appears to be taking over Gregg Bell's "Bell on the Beat" series with this maiden post) shares the story of Alex Forster, a local artist whose work now adorns the player's entrance tunnel at Husky Stadium.
- The Oregonian looks ahead to what the Ducks need to do to win their 11th consecutive game against the Dawgs.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins is the No. 2 tight end on Tampa Bay's depth chart, but head coach Lovie Smith says that such rankings are meaningless so early in the season.
- Likewise, Bishop Sankey currently sits in the No. 3 tailback position in Tennessee. John Clayton likes what he sees from the Titans so far, singling out in particular Sankey and Jake Locker.
- Neil Greenberg at the Washington Post like's Bishop's chances to earn the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year Award.
- The men's basketball scheduling news continues to roll in.
- Cristian Roldan, who earned Pac-12 Freshman of the Year honors in 2013, has joined the Portland Timbers' under-23 team.