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Morning links: Football is back for the Huskies

The first fall camp of the Chris Petersen era at Washington begins today at 10 a.m., when the team's veterans will practice, and concludes with a 4 p.m. practice featuring mostly newcomers.

Both sessions are closed to the public, but we'll be there to pass along observations, notes and quotes afterward. Until then, have some links.

--- Here's our story from yesterday's press conference with some news on a couple roster changes.

--- TNT columnist John McGrath has a fun column about which players might fit where if they were to switch positions.

--- The Seattle Times writes about the Huskies' quarterback situation.

--- Here's the Associated Press story from yesterday's press conference.

--- Art Thiel has this column about the quarterback situation.

--- Petersen checks in at No. 10 on Pat Forde's list of the 25 most intriguing college football coaches this season. Steve Sarkisian is No. 6, and Jim Mora is No. 5.

--- Some interesting research here from the College Football Matrix on whether pace-of-play is a factor in the number of long-term injuries suffered each season.

--- WSU held its second practice of camp on Sunday.

--- The Los Angeles Times writes that USC has been quick to respond to Sarkisian's changes.

--- UCLA has high expectations as it begins camp today. So does everyone else.

--- The hype is here for the Bruins. Can they match it?

--- Tra'Mayne Bondurant was back at practice for Arizona, though the senior safety has some tasks to complete before he can return to good standing with coach Rich Rodriguez.

--- Plenty of notes and observations from Arizona State's practice on Sunday.

--- Here are five questions facing Stanford as the Cardinal begin practice.

--- And five questions facing California.

--- Utah has a tall walk-on who could prove to be a valuable receiving target.

--- Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau, who played at Bellarmine Prep, has toughness ingrained.

--- The Register-Guard writes about the Year of the Quarterback.

--- Five questions to mull about Oregon's offense.

--- And five more about Oregon's defense.

Christian Caple can be reached at Twitter: @ChristianCaple