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Recruiting, player greatness and full fall camp schedule. We got it all.

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Time for your morning update. In case you hadn’t heard, Texas broke purple in a big way yesterday. Let’s jump into the dots.

The Morning Dots

... the good news started when inside backer Nic Bolton committed. The Keishawn Bierria clone is a three star recruit who held offers from Utah, Colorado and Houston (among others). Bolton had some interesting commentary regarding his commitment.

... As Husky fans digested and debated whether or not UW owned a "Texan pipeline" (it’s not exactly Keystone sized, but ‘yes, we do’), three star offensive lineman Victor Curne announced his commitment.

... a certain SEC head coach is on the hot seat and Chris Petersen, with his relationship to the AD and newfound recruiting connections in Texas, could become a target.

... oh, hey, USC is a national title contender

... most of the national bloggers who are previewing PAC 12 schools seem to love the Huskies but judt can’t seem to fully commit. Here is another good example.

... UW isn’t among the favorites in Vegas to make the playoffs, but they may be a value play if you are of such a persuasion.

... Jake Browning is a fantastic passer under pressure. Frankly, I’d love to see how much better he can get when not under pressure. I’m guessing Trey Adams, Kaleb McGary, Coleman Shelton, et al. are taking that opinion under advisement.

... Reposting this because it’s fun: Pacific Takes thinks that the two best d-linemen in the PAC reside in Montlake. Pro Football Focus seems to agree with this take:

... want to know how great the PAC 12 is? Just ask them!

... We are just days away from the opening of fall camp. That means PICTURE DAY IS COMING!

and, in case you need a reminder of key dates, we have this:

... finally, we now have full details from the Athletic Department on the fall camp schedule. Below is straight out of their notification to the media. It includes dates, times and availability schedules for media interviews

UW FOOTBALL 2017 PRESEASON PRACTICE SCHEDULE (subject to change)

Sun., July 30, 12:00 p.m. – Press Conference with Coach Petersen, Founders’ Club. Lunch at 11:30 a.m.

Mon., July 31, 4:45 p.m. – First practice, interviews afterward (defensive players & coaches)

Tue., Aug. 1, 3:20 p.m. – Practice, interviews afterward (offensive players & coaches)

Wed., Aug. 2, 3:20 p.m. – Practice, interviews afterward (defensive players & coaches)

Thu., Aug. 3, 3:20 p.m. – Practice, interviews afterward (Coach Petersen only)

Fri., Aug. 4, 3:20 p.m. – Practice, interviews afterward (offensive players & coaches)

Sat., Aug. 5, 3:20 p.m. – Practice, interviews afterward (defensive players & coaches)

Sun., Aug. 6, 2:50 p.m. – Practice open to the public; Picture Day afterwards (no interviews)

Mon., Aug. 7 – off day (no practice or interviews)

Tue., Aug. 8 – 2:50 p.m. – Practice, interviews afterward (offensive players & coaches and Coach Petersen)

Wed., Aug. 9 – Closed Practice, no interviews

Thu., Aug. 10 – 2:50 p.m. – Practice, interviews afterward (defensive players & coaches)

Fri., Aug. 11, 2:50 p.m. – Practice, interviews afterward (offensive players & coaches and Coach Petersen)

Sat., Aug. 12, 3:20 p.m. – Practice, interviews afterward (defensive players & coaches)

Sun., Aug. 13 –Closed Practice (no interviews)

Mon., Aug. 14 – off day (no practice or interviews)

Now you know. Good to go.