My story today revolves around Boise State tailback Ian Johnson, the first of a handful of Heisman contenders the Huskies will face this season.
However, no Husky fans will want to miss John McGrath's column recommending that the Huskies move to Qwest Field rather than spend the hundreds of millions of dollars needed to renovate Husky Stadium.
I don't think it's fully out of the question that will happen - the Miami Hurricanes, after all, just decided to leave the Orange Bowl. And it's almost certain to happen for at least a season or two when any or all of several construction projects could make Husky Stadium an impractical place for 70,000 fans to gather.
But I think it is a choice of last resort for the Huskies. Even if UW can't fully renovate Husky Stadium into that glittering structure we see in the artist's conceptions, I think most fans would be willing to trade some of the comforts of Qwest for that view of the lake and the simple pleasure of getting to the game by walking across a yellow-leaved campus of autumn.