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Morning links: Huskies back on Montlake for open practice; judge rules against NCAA

After stepping away from campus for a closed practice on Friday, the Huskies return to Montlake today for a 10 a.m. practice at Husky Stadium -- and it's their first practice that's open to the public. There was also a bit of news yesterday, so let's get to the links.

--- The Huskies received a commitment from WR Andre Baccellia from Westlake (California) High School.

--- The results are in from our poll asking you to decide on UW's most important player.

--- A federal judge issued a landmark ruling in the O'Bannon v. NCAA case, finding the NCAA in violation of antitrust law.

--- Adam Jude has this feature on Huskies freshman safety Budda Baker, who has been working with the No. 2 defense early in fall camp.

--- Washington comes in at No. 24 in this writer's top 25.

--- Bud Withers wonders about the idea of Power Five teams only scheduling nonconference games among each other.

--- Washington State likes the versatility provided by a certain freshman.

--- Some practice notes from Arizona.

--- Reviewing Arizona State's first week of practices.

--- Oregon could have an expanded rotation at receiver this season.

--- The first week of fall camp is all mental for Oregon State freshmen.

--- UCLA is using technology to monitor the physical performance of select players during practice.

--- Steve Sarkisian is emphasizing recovery for USC during camp.

--- Some notes from Utah's camp.

--- Colorado likely has its go-to receiver.

--- A California tackle doesn't like talking about what he does well.

Christian Caple can be reached at christian.caple@thenewstribune.com. Twitter: @ChristianCaple

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