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Dot...Dot...Dawg (4/26)

Football analysis, the cost of new uniforms and reassessing the basketball program.

Alan Reed

  • One of Washington's best wide receivers of all time returned to Montlake on Friday.
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  • Gregg Bell wraps up spring football, focusing on how Petersen is getting his players to buy into his philosophy.

  • ESPN's Chantel Jennings talked to Jaydon Mickenswho really seems to be assuming the role of one of the team's key leaders.

  • iSportsWeb picks out its spring football winners.

  • CBS Sports' Jeremy Fowler takes a look at the impact of Washington's new helmets on the all-important recruiting scene. He also shares the price tag for the Huskies' new hats: $67,700 for the two sets of white and gold tops.

  • SportsPress Northwest profiles Tyler Davis, Washington's 5-10, 180 lb. pitching mechanic.

  • Christian Caple sat down with Lorenzo Romar to dissect the disappointing 2013-14 basketball season, and Romar's plan to return the program to glory.

  • In advance of next month's NFL Draft, Austin Seferian Jenkins met recently with the New York Jets, the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots.

  • Fox Sports highlights Keith Price in the much-maligned (often unfairly, in my humble opinion) quarterback's road to the NFL Draft.

  • USA Today's Tom Pelissero says that Bishop Sankey is one of the top running backs in the 2014 Draft. Bishop doesn't disagree.

  • Speaking of Bishop, the Boston Herald takes a look at where he would fit within the Patriots. NBC Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio examines what Bishop brings to his game.

  • The Salt Lake Tribune wraps up the Pac-12 spring football season, focusing on how Chris Petersen and Steve Sarkisian are both fitting into their new digs.