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- Kirk has your daily round-up of notes and reports from yesterday's practice, as do Adam Jude, Christian Caple and Chris Fetters. Big ups to the Dawgman guys for posting some post-practice videos, as well.
- If you have a subscription to the Pac-12 Networks, you can watch the episode of their 2015 training camp series that they filmed Tuesday at Washington.
- The Pac-12 Networks' Mike Yam talks about his latest visit to Seattle.
- Christian Caple spoke to Husky Legend and Pac-12 Networks correspondent Lincoln Kennedy about returning to UW.
Lincoln Kennedy has a well-decorated right hand. pic.twitter.com/NDIy6XVtJE— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) August 12, 2015
- Kennedy also got to reunite with a fellow Husky all-time great.
- The Dawgman staff takes a stab at putting together a preliminary depth chart, based on what they have observed at UW's first six practices.
- Chris Petersen says that as of yet, there is no real separation to be found in the quarterback battle.
- Jude talks about Jeff Lindquist's versatility, as the quarterback also plays a role on the punt protection team.
- Mason Kelley writes about Brayden Lenius' opportunity to do right by the legacy of his late grandfather, Eldridge Dickey. He also recaps the football team's Husky Olympics event, which included a free-throw competition with Lorenzo Romar.
- Kelley also posted a great album of photos from yesterday's practice.
- Kevin Gemmell says that the Washington-Oregon rivalry is cooling off, for what should be obvious reasons: Namely, that UW hasn't won a game in the series since The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King won 11 Oscars.
The official UW football Twitter account had a great Throwback Thursday post yesterday.
- Our own Jason Cruz (AKA dilletaunt) talks about 2016 five-star shooting guard Markelle Fultz's decision to visit Montlake.
- Undrafted free agent John Timu made a nice interception for the Chicago Bears yesterday in a preseason game against the Miami Dolphins.
- The women's basketball team has hired Morgan Valley as its newest assistant coach.
- Of Washington state's 100 most highly-paid public employees, only one is not tied in some way to the University of Washington or Washington State University.
- The NFL is partnering with UW Medicine to launch a $2.5 million study of the effects of concussions.