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Routine sets in as Day 6 approaches

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FROM PULLMAN -- After five practices, the routine of camp is starting to set in a bit. For me, anyway. Wake up, eat, go to practice, watch practice, write about practice, write about other things, play Xbox, yell at the television, go to sleep. Oh, and links. Read on.

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As promised, our story in this morning's newspaper focused on a couple of potential position changes. I say potential because it's the sixth day of camp and the first week of August. Things change. Not all things, though, such as our daily routine of summarizing practice on the blog, which we did here. There's also some long lost video of freshman safety Taylor Taliulu. ... Brian Floyd took time out of his busy important-guy-at-SB Nation schedule to take in practice and share his observations. ... Howie Stalwick penned this notebook for the Kitsap Sun.

Around the Pac-12 ... Washington opened its training camp yesterday on a hot Seattle afternoon on a cramped makeshift practice field. ... An Arizona assistant rejoined Rich Rodriguez after coaching with him at a previous stop. ... Previewing Arizona State's coaches. ... It's getting hot at UCLA. ... Everyone's talking about Silas Redd after USC's practice on Monday. ... Oregon State began practice on Monday with some sad news for coach Mike Riley. ... Oregon opened camp with the same questions about its quarterback. ... Utah's running back is ready to carry the team again this season. ... Colorado has a quarterback who's feeling pretty good. ... Stanford welcomed its star linebacker back to practice on Monday. ... Stanford's kicker -- yes, that one -- is feeling fine after his big misses in January.

All for now.

Christian Caple can be reached at christianc@spokesman.com. Twitter: @ChristianCaple




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