Washington begins its fall football camp at 3:45 this afternoon. However, we should have some fresh Huskies news before then.
Coach Tyrone Willingham and a dozen or so of his Huskies will take part in a media event from noon into the early afternoon, and I'll blog highlights as soon as possible thereafter. Then the media will be allowed (perhaps our only)access to the full practice, and I'll be back with a report after that.
Then, there are practices every day except Sunday right up until the team leaves for the opener in Oregon ... which means multiple blog entries and newspaper stories just about every day.
Meanwhile, the Huskies aren't the only team getting started, so here's a quick look at what's happening all around the Pac-10 as another football season begins:
Never miss a local story.
Arizona State from the Arizona Republic.
Arizona from the Tuscon Citizen.
USC and UCLA from the LA Times.
Stanford from the Mercury News.
Oregon from the Oregonian.
Oregon State from the Gazette Times.
Cal from the Oakland Tribune.
As for WSU, the TNT is heading to Pullman tomorrow for the start of Camp Coug, so lots of information on Paul Wulff's first WSU team is about to start pouring in.
And for a league overview, former P-I columnist Ted Miller is putting together a dazzlingly good Pac-10 blog over on the ESPN site.