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August 22, 2008 6:45 AM

Friday links

Posted by Bob Condotta

A few links to start the final non-college-football-playing weekend of the season:

--- My main story today focused on guard Jordan White-Frisbee, who is poised for his best season as a Husky, finally healthy while also finally entrenched in a position he is beginning to understand. As noted in the story, NFL scouts are keeping a close eye on White-Frisbee.

--- Also today is the camp glance with the latest "Getting to Know'' installment featuring Quinton Richardson, whose future may entail media work someday.

--- Here's the latest on the Nate Costa situation at Oregon from the Eugene Register-Guard. Sounds like nothing will really be known until Monday.

--- A few Pac-10 picks from the Portland Tribune.

--- Some guy named Dr. Saturday offers up these literary themes to the Pac-10 season, starting off with Jake Locker.

--- The AP offers up this look at new Husky defensive coordinator Ed Donatell.

--- Missed this when it first game out, but a Bleacher Report author has a look at the top father-son combos in college football history with a well-known Husky included.

Finally, a programming note. I'll be tied up most of the day with a family matter so Tom Wyrwich will fill in on the blog, and I may have something up later tonight.

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