Dot...Dot...Dawg (4/8)

You can't deny that view. - Barry Allen

More football projections, baseball highlights and a look back at the women's basketball season.

  • Adam Jude reports that Coach Pete hasn't ruled out letting Cyler Miles rejoin the team as early as this spring. He also has some video of the Husky head coach following Saturday's practice.


  • Christian Caple writes that the defensive line projects to be remarkably stable in 2014.

  • I missed this last week, but Gregg Bell has an enjoyable write-up of senior Mercedes Whitmore of the women's basketball team, whom Bell refers to as the team's engine.

  • Footbasket.com's Josh Dhani has the story of former Washington linebacker Victor Aiyewa's bumpy road to the NFL.

  • ESPN.com's Chantel Jennings examines Washington's unsettled quarterback competition after speaking with Chris Petersen and quarterbacks coach Jonathan Smith.

  • The Dawgman.com crew had a great show this weekend, featuring 2015 QB commit Jake Browning and baseball coach Lindsay Meggs. Click the links to check out hours one and two of their show.

  • Speaking of baseball, 1090 The Fan's Jason Churchill casts his eyes toward Husky Ballpark, and decides that the team is worthy of the hype they've built up in recent weeks. Meanwhile, center fielder Braden Bishop had an amazing catch against USC that found its way onto ESPN's Top 10.


  • Rounding out the baseball coverage, a new stadium has translated into a new swagger for the Diamond Dawgs.

  • The women's tennis team took down the Ducks 4-1 this weekend, and look to improve on their No. 40 national ranking.
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