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- Caple over at the News Tribune posted his Pac-12 Power Rankings for week two. Check out how they stack up to what Chris posted a few days back.
- Jude checks in with a story on Dwayne Washington's role in the offense. Spoiler alert: Dwayne hopes to become the offense's feature back, but realizes that will require far finer performances than his 14 yards in Boise.
- Worried about Van Winkle's state of mind after missing what would have been a game-tying, overtime-forcing field goal attempt in the loss to Boise State? Well, according to Matt Calkins of the Times, the next day Van Winkle made ten out of ten from the exact same spot and hopes to avoid another miss all season long.
- Ever wonder how Troy Williams is doing? Turns out when he isn't playing in monsoon conditions, the dude can throw the football. In his first start at Santa Monica College, Williams threw for 217 yards and four touchdowns on 9/12 passing. Sure, it's JUCO and he was playing a school called Desert. It's still a nice way to kick off a fresh start.
- Time to hear more from the coach that remains number one in the hearts of all Dawg Pounders: OC Jonathan Smith!
- Washington's own Marques Tuiasosopo has been nominated as a player for the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame. Inductees will be announced October 7th.
- Sacramento State's official athletics website has posted a preview of Saturday's contest at Husky Stadium.
- Danny Shelton has made such a massive impression in Cleveland that the team jettisoned veteran nose tackle Phil Taylor, totally comfortable with big Danny starting from week one. The Browns website has a story focusing on the rookie's role within the Cleveland run defense.
- We may actually be approaching the end of the Pac-12 Networks/DirecTV saga that has severely limited the viability of the network since its launch. Jon Wilner of the Mercury News has the latest on the negotiations, which are not finalized but should have fans cautiously optimistic of a deal in the coming days or weeks.