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Morning reading: Huskies coaching staff keeps continuity

Todd Milles filled in at Husky practice for me yesterday, as I had to make a quick trip to Spokane. And besides this lengthy practice report with several notes on the secondary battle, Austin Seferian-Jenkins' great catch and other nuggets, Todd cranked out this story on the UW coaching staff staying together for the last three seasons.

“We are all in – everybody is all in at this deal,” wide receivers coach Jimmie Dougherty said. “And on top of that, we have fun doing it. We do actually like each other. We hang out even when we are not here … on the weekends. Our families all get along together.”

Dating back to 1954, there is no record of a Huskies staff such as this staying together for three seasons.Todd then asks some fun and entertaining questions to head coach Steve Sarkisian about the staff. Perhaps the greatest revelation is that the staff has an affinity for burgers from Dick's Drive In on nights when they work late.

Elsewhere ...

Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald has this story on Jermaine Kearse moving on from the dropped passes that plagued him last year.

Christian Caple of the PI wrote his column on Keith Price and how his family shaped him into the hard-working, likable athlete he is today.

AUDIO: Husky AD Scott Woodward was on with Mitch in the Morning talking all things Huskies.

Around the NCAA ...

Nebraska lost one of its top recruits when quarterback Bubba Starling decided to sign with the Royals after being selected with the fifth overall pick of the MLB draft in June.

CNNSI's Andy Staples has the latest update about Texas A&M's quest to join the SEC

Miami football players apparently benefited from a rich alum, who was making his money on a Ponzi scheme. Whatever happened to the good ol' days of Luther Campbell and the 2 Live Crew just giving them cash.

Around the Pac 10 ...

Arizona: Wide receiver Gino Crump is having another strong fall camp. Back-up quarterback Bryson Beirne is out indefinitely with a knee injury.

Arizona State: The Sun Devils lost starting linebacker Brandon Magee for the season with a blown achilles

Cal: Safety Sean Catthouse is trying to forget being run over by Stanford QB Andrew Luck last season.

Colorado: The Buffaloes hope that wide receiver Toney Clemons fan find some consistency.

Oregon: The Oregon running back corps is loaded.  The Ducks still have questions at inside linebacker.

OSU: Four players were charged with minor in possession of alcohol. The four players were having a party at their house. Mike Riley suspended all of them for one game each. OSU left guard Josh Andrews has some nasty in him.

UCLA: the kickers are still battling it out and trying to find consistency.

USC:  nice story on Kennedy Polamalu - who is the Trojans' running back coach.

Utah: Head coach Kyle Wittingham has chosen not to ban his players from twitter. This could backfire.

Washington State: The Cougs have some impressive talent and depth at WR.

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