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August 21, 2008 8:03 AM

Thursday links --- Locker ahead of schedule?

Posted by Bob Condotta

Another rainy-day edition:

--- Sadly, a player feature I wrote for today's paper didn't make it in due to lack of space, with coverage of the Olympics and all taking precedence. It'll run another day and I'll link it then. What we did have today was our camp highlight box and our "Getting to know'' feature on Paul Homer.

--- Cut from the item headlined "Locker ahead of schedule'' was a quote from UW offensive coordinator Tim Lappano where he says just that about the return of QB Jake Locker. "He's doing pretty good right now,'' Lappano said. "He's throwing it pretty good right now and he's moving around pretty good. He seems to be doing good, ahead of schedule.''

--- The AP ran this season preview of the Huskies today.

--- This story from the Bellevue Reporter details a couple of local players who are attending East Coast prep schools but have hopes of eventually becoming Huskies.

--- Here's the matchup box on the UW-Oregon game from USA Today showing the Ducks remain as 14-point favorites.

--- Here are Ted Miller's morning links from around the conference.

--- The Oregonian ponders if the Ducks may go with three QBs this season.

--- Here's more on Oregon heading into gameweek-mode.

--- CoachesHotSeat.com sees a bleak season ahead for the Ducks and predicts that Mike Bellotti won't be back in 2009.

All for now.

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