Shaq Thompson leads a Washington linebacking corps that has the potential to be the program's best in years. - Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE
Assessing Washington's front seven, an update on Krista Vansant, and catching up with a recently drafted Husky ballplayer.
I rummage through my dresser drawers, searching in vain for what I needed to be there, yet knowing all the while I wouldn't find it. In my anguish, I released a primordial scream of frustration that surely would have frightened the neighbors, if only they were home to hear it. What else is there to do when you've run out of your last Dots?
Continuing their preseason position reviews, the ESPN Pac-12 Blog says that Washington is in great shape at the defensive end and linebacker positions. Assuming that Hau'oli Kikaha, John Timu and Shaq Thompson continue to produce at a high level, I find nothing to argue against in that assessment. There's no question that Washington's front seven has a chance to be murderous this year.
Duck Territory, 24/7 Sports' Oregon site, breaks down the Huskies and identifies which players the Ducks need to be concerned about matching up against in this year's contest.
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