Whoa. Stop right there. Do you mean to tell me that Lichtenstein really is a country? Serious? With dots and everything? I thought that the old hag was just yanking me off. I guess it is possible to learn a thing or two in seventh grade geography.
- Young OL Andrew Kirkland turned some heads at the Rising Stars camp and picked up a UW offer.
- The Husky Haul considers who is destined to be next great Husky tailback in the post Chris Polk era? I'm not sure who it is going to be, but I have a feeling that he is either on the roster or is a current verbal commit.
- While I am still basking in the glow of the Magnificent Seven, Greg Biggins ponders out it all got pulled off ($).
- Read this article on Casey Hampton and how he has taken to the role of mentor to Alameda Ta'amu and you'll understand why it is that Pittsburgh just keeps winning year after year.
- Still no end in sight to the Dashon Goldson situation, but at least there is now a number.
- Percy covers the transfer of Belgian seven-footer, Gilles Diereckx to Lorenzo Romar and the Huskies. Coming from FIU, Gilles will have to sit out a year (and hopefully bulk up). But with a game that is hopefully more Dirk Nowitiski and less Joe Wolfinger, we might have a good piece to help replace Aziz N'Diaye in 2013.
- Also from Percy - a recap of the live chat that Spencer Hawes did with the Seattle Times. I'm not a big fan of Spencer's given that he didn't really make much of an impact and didn't stick around long enough for me to get all that familiar with him. Nonetheless, you can see his sense of humor and it is a pretty fun read.
- Dime Magazine covers the simultaneous rise of Terrence Ross and Terrence Jones in a pretty interesting article.
That's it Dawgs. I hope you are enjoying the extended holiday weekend. Be safe out there ... we can't afford to lose any more members.