Dot...Dot...Dawg (7/9)


Another basketball commit and some optimism from the national college football media...

Here are some early week dots to get your day off right.

  • Lorenzo Romar landed another recruit on Monday, reeling in 2014 forward Donaven Dorsey from Lacey, Wash. You can read our piece on him here along with an in-depth piece on him at The Olympian.
  • Senior quarterback Keith Price and junior tailback Bishop Sankey were both named to the Maxwell Award Watch list. The Maxwell Award is given to the top college football player by the Maxwell Football Club.
  • KC Joyner from ESPN Insider explains why the Huskies will be a threat to win the Pac-12 in this pay article. His reasoning? He points to 1) amount of returning starters on offense (10), 2) the defense's top tier finish in yards per play and points allowed in Pac-12 play last season, and 3) the newly renovated Husky stadium. As for Oregon and Stanford?

No team in college football returns a lower percentage of receptions (17.9 percent), and no team lost more sacks to graduation/early NFL draft entry than the Cardinal (44.5). Oregon may also take a step back since it lost head coach Chip Kelly, the architect of the program's ascension, to the Philadelphia Eagles. (Via: ESPN Insider)

Question of the Day:

We've now had two full seasons of Keith Price – and two full seasons of statistics to try to project how he will fare in 2013. We will never know why his production fell off last season, but we do know 2013 is a clean slate. The question is, does he return to his 2011 form? Does he continue his inconsistency from 2012? Or does he fare somewhere in between?

Here are his lines from the past two seasons for quick reference:

2011: 242/362, 66.9 completion percentage, 3063 passing yards, 8.5 yards per pass, 33 touchdowns, 11 interceptions, 161.9 QB rating

2012: 263/432, 60.9 completion percentage, 2728 passing yards, 6.3 yards per pass, 19 touchdowns, 13 interceptions, 122.4 QB rating

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