The Huskies are off today, so these links are going to have to last you a while.
— Our story in today’s paper focuses on Huskies receiver John Ross, about whom many glowing things have been said since he arrived at UW. He hopes his sophomore season is more productive than a freshman season he said included too many “missed opportunities.”
— Make sure you vote in our poll asking which game you’re most looking forward to this season.
— Former UW coach Jim Lambright pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a charge that he assaulted his adult granddaughter at his home.
— This is a couple days old, but Grantland concludes that Chris Petersen won’t have history on his side at Washington.
— Meant to pass this along yesterday, but Hawaii settled on a starting quarterback.
— California’s horrendous injury luck continues, as the Bears discovered they’ve lost three players to long-term ailments (two torn ACLs, and another 4-8 week injury).
— Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez doesn’t like the NCAA’s walk-on scholarship rule.
— Utah got some bad news on the injury front, too, losing a standout cornerback for the season.
— Washington State linebacker Cyrus Coen worked hard on his pass coverage skills during the offseason.
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