The Morning Haul: 8/29


The Morning Haul isn’t meant to be a roundup of every single newsworthy article written about Husky sports in the last day.  There are several other websites that do just that, including The Husky Haul’s Hub feature (a great source for up to date breaking news), and I think it would be a bit redundant to add another.  Instead, I will be linking only to my personal favorite five or six stories posted in the last 24 hours to serve as a sort of survival guide, so that if you don’t have time to sift through  every long list of links, you know where to go to start your morning with quality Husky sports news and analysis.

Good morning to everyone just waking up to get their fix of Husky news.  Today is the last day we will have to go without college football, and then only a handful of days after that, it will be Saturday, and time for another glorious season of University of Washington football.  Let’s hope the Pac-12 Network finally makes nice with DirecTV and Dish today so that some of us can actually watch…

Stories Especially Worth Reading:

A terrific story from Bob Condotta over at the Seattle Times Husky Football Blog on the backfield duo of Jesse Callier and Bishop Sankey.  There will be a lot of Condotta links in the weeks to come…

The necessary daily update on Chris Polk’s fight for a roster spot in Eagle’s camp.

A breakdown of Saturday’s opponent, the San Diego State Aztecs, from the local paper.

ESPN’s Mark Schlabach ranks UW’s schedule the 3rd hardest in the nation.

A nice update on how the 2013 Commits are doing in their senior seasons of high school.