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Lindquist

Jeff Lindquist has impressed coaches with his decision-making this spring, with Chris Petersen calling that the main factor in the decision to give Lindquist the start Saturday.

Lindquist

While he has yet to throw a pass in a collegiate game, sophomore Jeff Lindquist feels confident with the offense heading into Saturday's opener.

Budda Baker

Freshman safety Budda Baker has opened eyes this spring with his athleticism, and he has earned a starting spot opposite Brandon Beaver for Saturday's season opener.

Timu

In his three years at the UW, John Timu has started 32 games at linebacker and made 220 tackles while also serving as a team captain the last two years.

Perkins

Joshua Perkins had three touchdowns among his five catches in 2013, and he will be a key player for the Huskies at tight end this season.

Troy

Quarterback Troy Williams continues to impress in fall camp. The redshirt freshman did not throw an incompletion Wednesday during the 11-on-11 portions of practice.

Katie McLaughlin

Katie McLaughlin, assistant professor of psychology at the UW, is co-author of a study that linked the behavior of a structure in the brain known as the amygdala to the development of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) 

Battery-powered glider

The inside of a battery powered glider used in the lab's ice research

Arctic ice researchers

Project chief scientist Craig Lee (right) and Luc Rainville (left) are two of many people working on tracking the break up of Arctic summer sea ice. The gliders used in the lab's research are currently able to run for about 10 months in the water. The team's goal is to extend the life to a year. The one year period will allow researchers to gather data through one entire ice cycle

Primate Lab Press Conference

Michael Budkie, co-founder and executive director of Stop Animal Exploitation Now (SAEN), reveals new photos from within the UW Primate Lab at a press conference. Budkie says the photos were obtained through a public information request.