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- This is a couple of days old, but Art Thiel examines what Washington's win in the Fight Hunger Bowl means in the context of a program that has taken a tangible step forward in earning nine wins for the first time in a decade.
- Kirk breaks down the performances of Chris Petersen's Boise State teams in their biggest games since 2006.
- Gregg Bell focuses his latest feature on Keith Price, who leaves a healthy program and a grateful community in the wake of his final season as Washington's starting quarterback. And while his Washington career is over, his college career still has a bit of life left in it.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Keith Price of the University of Washington has accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game. <a href="https://twitter.com/UWAthletics">@UWAthletics</a></p>— Shrine Game (@Shrine_Game) <a href="https://twitter.com/Shrine_Game/statuses/418742114906669058">January 2, 2014</a></blockquote><script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
- CBS Sports ranks Bishop Sankey as the third-best running back available in the 2014 draft, and projects him as a second-round pick.
- I couldn't have been the only one who raised his or her eyebrows when Marques Tuiasosopo turned down the opportunity to coach tight ends at Washington in order to ... (wait for it) ... coach tight ends at USC. According to Adam Jude, though, Tui will earn a nice job title (and presumably an accompanying salary bump) in Los Angeles.
- Adam Jude examines how Washington's troika of true freshmen receivers measured up to their high expectations. He also looks at how Bishop Sankey compares to UW's all-time great running backs.
- How will Washington's basketball team fare against Arizona State in tonight's matchup against their first Pac-12 opponent? Adam Lewis doesn't like the Dawgs' chances.
Question of the Day
With the Dawgs set to open conference play in basketball tonight, most observers have picked Washington to finish among the Pac-12's worst teams. What are your thoughts on the state of the program today? If Washington does indeed finish as poorly as some expect this year, should Lorenzo Romar's seat be on fire?