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Dots: Safety Position

Could the Huskies have a true freshman starter at Safety and other notes from Day 12 of Spring Practices

Dots: Pan Snags a Title

The golf team’s most visible active alumnus wins his first PGA Tour title, the men’s crew team registers a win against a longtime rival, and the Seattle Times has dispatches from this morning’s football practice.

Dots: Halfway Through Spring

Jen Cohen gets a raise, basketball recruits sign, and more spring practice updates.

Dots: Past the Halfway Marker

The Huskies are already more than half done with Spring Practices

royal online มือถือDots: Chip, Meet Shoulder

A fifth-year senior linebacker is hungry for his breakout opportunity, all eyes are fall on local five-star MBB recruit Jaden McDaniels, and UW athletic director Jen Cohen gets candid.

Dots: Happy Way Too Early Top-25 Day!

The 2018-19 Basketball Season is Officially Over, as is Day 4 of Spring Practices

Dots: Is Joe Tryon Washington’s Next Elite Pass-Rusher?

Joe Tryon describes UW’s effort to create more sacks and quarterback pressures, we see plenty of UW names in The Athletic’s latest mock draft, and the softball team’s winning streak has grown to double-digits.

Dots: Spring Practice is Heeeeeeere

Merry Christmas, nerds!

Dots: Pro Day

The most recent set of Husky alumni returned to campus to impress scouts once again less than a month before the NFL Draft

Dots: Springtime for Petersen and Washington

What to watch for at this week’s spring football practices, wondering how Jimmy Lake’s future as UW’s defensive coordinator will play out, and reacting to Jaylen Nowell’s decision to declare for the NBA Draft.

Dots: Football returns

With the end of basketball and spring football around the corner, it looks like we’ll be seeing a lot more gridiron.

Dots: Looking Ahead

The basketball team turns to the offseason and spring practices are right around the corner

Dots: No Sweet 16 This Year

The Dawgs are eliminated from the NCAA tournament, but don’t let that make you feel as if their second season under Mike Hopkins was anything but a resounding success.

Dots: better late than never ...

Let the Madness begin.

Dots: Dances With Dawgs

The Huskies are officially March Madness participants once more, the results are in from the weekend’s Husky Football Combine, and the football team’s star tight end opens up about the personal challenges he has overcome.

Dots: Getting Hop

Plus some a wee bit of football thoughts.

Dots: And the Award Goes To...

The Huskies earn a clean sweep of the major categories in the Pac-12 MBB Awards

Dots: Tournament Time

The men’s basketball team is the Pac-12 tournament’s No. 1 seed despite Saturday’s loss to Oregon, the women’s basketball team vastly outplayed expectations in their own tournament, and the baseball team’s season is off to a hot start.

Dots: Senior Week

The Huskies take the court tomorrow night for the final two home games for one of the greatest senior classes in UW MBB history

Dots: Conference Champs

UW’s MBB team clinches the Pac-12 regular season championship, Washington’s football stars are on display at the NFL Combine, and Chris Petersen brings his 2020 quarterback into the fold.

Dots: One Win Away

With a win tonight at Cal, the Huskies can secure an outright Pac-12 Championship. Plus NFL combine stuff!

Dots: Combining

Dawgs at the combine, the 10 year anniversary of Washington softball’s national championship, and Matisse Thybulle is (surprise) real good.

Dots: Prince of Thieves

Matisse Thybulle wins Pac-12 Player of the Week and the Huskies are ranked again

Dots: One Win Away

Washington’s men’s basketball team can clinch an outright conference title with a win this week against Cal, and appears right on track to earn a bid to play in the NCAA Tournament.

Dots: Recruiting, drafting, and basketball-ing

Let’s all cross our fingers that the glut of in-state talent stays home.

Dots: Mock Season, Brackets and Drafts

Bracketology and the NFL Mock Drafts are all the rage this time of year with UW featured in both

Dots: Inching Closer Toward a Pac-12 Title

Washington’s MBB team overcame a nine-point halftime deficit to secure a road win against the Cougars, Jimmy Lake is UW football’s defensive coordinator for at least one more year, and Christian Caple guesses which true freshmen will see the field in 2019.

Dots: Crootin’, basketball, and all that jazz

And a projection we probably all disagree with.

Dots: Snow Dubs

The Huskies deal with the aftermath of their loss to ASU and Puka Nacua officially signs on the dotted line

Dots: Tough Break in Tempe

MBB’s winning streak comes to an end, Chris Petersen adds another elite prospect to the 2019 class, and the Dawgs make an elite local 2020 prospect’s list of his top 12 programs.

Dots: Signing Day Eve, Part 2

UW MBB still can’t crack the top-25 but Coach Pete hopes to add several 4-stars tomorrow

Dots: Nine Down, Nine to Go

MBB remains perfect in Pac-12 play thanks to a suffocating zone defense, a local five-star 2020 football recruit was on hand for Saturday’s game, and fewer high school football players could mean problems for the future of Pac-12 football.


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