The first week of fall camp has come and gone and if you're not itching for football, then wake up and smell the roses (seriously, though, because the Rose Bowl is less than five months away).
We're going to start doing links a slightly different way. Two notable things: 1. They're in the morning. Which, you've probably already assumed because of the time or because the post is called "morning links." 2. Not every team will be mentioned every single day. So, with that, we're off to embark on a new journey of linkage.
You might've forgotten about Washington wide receiver Kendyl Taylor, who redshirted as a sophomore after playing as a freshman. Adam Jude gives you a few reasons why you might want to remember him (plus some notes).
In 1999, Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost was on the cover of 989 Sports' video game "NCAA Game Breaker '99." Now, he comments on what the verdict in the Ed O'Bannon antitrust trial means for college players today.
USC is following the NFL model and giving off days to players in hopes that it aids in their recovery. This weekend, the Trojans had the first of their four off days before the season opener against Fresno State.
Going off the same idea of recovery -- UCLA coach Jim Mora has some of his players wearing GPS trackers so that they can monitor players during practice so the coaches can have a better understanding of when a player needs recovery time or when he can take the field again.
Last week, Athlon released anonymous quotes from Pac-12 coaches discussing other teams in the conference (you can read it here). Utah coach Kyle Whittingham reflects on what was said about the Utes in those comments.