It's all about the NFL Draft this week. Time to begin considering what players Mel Kiper is going to miss the mark on this season.
We've heard you. You want more. You want more content. You want more comments. You want more Crazi. You want more, more, more.
Those of you who follow the blog here know that, on occassion, I will post a fanpost linking to an article that I find interesting. You see, I have this handy "Post on SB Nation" button on my browser Favorites Bar that, when pressed, will automatically generate a fanpost off of whatever you are looking at in the browser window. It is a great tool and I encourage everyone to use it to link to content that they find interesting (click on "Fanshot" to the right and then find the gray button that says "Share on SB Nation" and simply drag it to your favorites bar - super easy). It will help to generate even more great content.
In the meantime, my colleagues and I are going to try to do a better job providing you with more regular access to links and stories of interest. Since I'm posting the first one, I'm taking the privilege of naming my contribution Dot...Dot...Dawg. This is a nod to the fact that I intend to use bullet points and that I have been known to start a thought in a comment title only to use the dot dot dot to signal a continuation of said thought in its body. I toyed with the idea of continuing John's tradition of Kibble and Bits, but figured that he may wish to use that column for other purposes in the future.
My first installation of Dot...Dot...Dawg follows the jump.
The 3-4 is all the rage in the Pac-12 this season. But is it the answer to slowing down the proliferation of spread offenses that are taking over the college landscape? And is the scheme appropriate enough to slow down Oregon with the players that we have because, let's face it, another loss to Oregon may compel me to eat my second-born child out of protest.
- There are still five Huskies from the Ty era on the roster. And I better stop talking about it now before JB decides he wants to ban ol' Minny C.
- Husky Stadium is on track and on budget. Scott Woodward is proving that good management DOES matter and being an effective AD means you have to have more qualifications than simply having been a former player, coach or broadcster. Oh, and if you haven't seen Lear's Husky Stadium Updates, you are missing some of the best content in all of SB Nation.
- A Draft profile on Senio Kelemete. I'm guessing fourth round on him.
- More Draft content from our friends at Husky Haul. Interesting question: how many Huskies do you expect to see drafted. I suspect that number will be four: Polk, Alameda, Kearse and Kelemete with Dennison and Q getting shots as undrafted free agents.
- Even more draft commentary. HeraldNet speculates that five Huskies will get drafted and ponders what will happen with Folk and Aguilar.
- The Tennis Team is participating in the inaugural Pac 12 Tennis Championship Tournament. UW is a five seed.
- Our friend Avinash is doing a great job of covering Pac 12 BBall Recruiting ... over at the Pacific Takes blog. As he notes, UW is still in the hunt for some big time recruits.
- Playoffs? You talkin' Playoffs?
- Percy Allen blogs about Justin Dentmon being named D-League MVP. The strides that JD is making despite his physical limitation are notable. He continues to demonstrate a passion and commitment to his personal vision that few people can emulate.
- Finally, don't forget to VOTE FOR UW as a stop on the Gameday tour.