I said a hip Dot, hippie to the hippie, the hip, hip a Dot, and you don't stop, a rock it to the bang bang boogie, say, up jump the boogie, to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat.
- Fox Sports calls Chris Petersen's job the 18th-best coaching position in America.
- Mason Kelly profiles longsnapper Ryan Masel, who knows that if you don't recognize him, it means that he's doing his job. Kelly also saw some cross-program training, as the football team took in some lessons from basketball coach Lorenzo Romar.
- GoHuskies.com has a photo gallery from yesterday's practice.
- Christian Caple writes about the defensive secondary's reliance on young players. He also covered the funeral for the recently departed Abner Thomas.
- Jerry Brewer has great expectations for what he expects to be Shaq Thompson's final year as a college football player.
- Over at B/R, Michael Felder and Adam Kramer give us their preseason preview of the Dawgs.
- Cyler Miles wants you to know that he's very sorry for what he did. His apology tops Brian Fischer's list of 10 things you should know about college football's Wednesday fall camps.
- Oh, Fansided. Don't ever change.
Anthony summed up the article nicely.
- The Oregonian profiles 2015 Washington commit Jared Hilbers, a 6-6, 275 lb. offensive tackle from Beaverton, Ore.
- Former Arizona QB Matt Scott, now with the Cincinnati Bengals, did his best impression of Steamin' Willie Beamen in yesterday's NFL preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The old puke, puke, pass TD play. Classic https://t.co/HBi0s7OfhL— Brennen Warner (@JustBeWarned) August 8, 2014
- Somewhat surprisingly, Chris Petersen voted against Power 5 teams scheduling games against teams out of that respective grouping in an informal ESPN poll.
- Abdul Gaddy is hosting the King of Tacoma basketball tournament tomorrow.
Question of the Day
At the end of the Fight Hunger Bowl, Cyler Miles was Keith Price's heir apparent, but that status was thrown into upheaval by Miles' and Damore'ea Stringfellow's involvement in an altercation with Seahawks fans following the Super Bowl. By issuing an apology, he clearly hopes to put the incident behind him.