The Huskies are back on the field this morning at 10 for another practice open to the media. We’ll pass along the pertinent details. Here are some pertinent links.
— In our story in today’s newspaper, I wrote about Petersen’s statements yesterday that he wouldn’t be opposed to scheduling opponents from non-Power Five conferences. That’s contrary to how he voted in an ESPN poll, though he said yesterday that he didn’t fully understand the poll question when it was asked.
— Percy Allen writes about the “Legion of Zoom.”
— Jake Locker was “understandably underwhelming” in the Tennessee Titans’ first preseason game.
— Bishop Sankey is included in this highlight of a pretty crazy scramble-and-throw by Charlie Whitehurst.
— Arizona also practiced on Saturday, and here are some notes and quotes from the Wildcats’ workout.
— Jaelen Strong, one of the Pac-12’s best receivers, has improved his game “almost everywhere,” Arizona State’s offensive coordinator says.
— A familiar name is in line to compete for Stanford’s starting running back job.
— A former scout-team receiver at California is ready to do more this season.
— Oregon wonders how much hitting it should do during preseason practices.
— A Q-and-A with the player contending to be Oregon State’s backup quarterback.
— Steve Sarkisian and USC’s coaching staff used a players’ day off to evaluate the roster.
— Utah coach Kyle Whittingham assesses the assessments of some anonymous coaches.
— Colorado’s investment in football facilities is proof of its commitment to the sport.
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