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Dot...Dot...Dawg (6/5)

NFL prognostications, a conversation with Coach Pete, and another title for the Washington athletic program.

Another season, another championship. Sounds about right.
Another season, another championship. Sounds about right.
Sports Uncorked

To start, I'd like to vocalize my thanks to my fellow 'Pounders, especially Cassino, for shouldering the load around here while I and a few of my cohorts have been kept from dedicating as much time to blog business as we'd like. As Chris put it so well last week, though, that time of upheaval is nearing an end, and we expect to be pushing out content (including a steady diet of Dots by yours truly) on a much steadier basis than we have for the last month or two. Thanks to everyone for bearing with us. To the Dots!

  • Columns, the University of Washington alumni magazine, has a short Q&A with Chris Petersen in the publication's June issue.

  • ESPN's Ted Miller examines the offenses in the Pac-12's North and South divisions that are most likely to improve in 2014, citing the Huskies' turnaround in 2013 as an example of what's possible in just 12 months.

  • Rant Sports examines the role that Bishop Sankey could play for the Titans this year. iSportsWeb sets out to complete a similar task.

  • Fox Sports wonders how Tampa Bay's draft class, including second-round pick Austin Seferian-Jenkins, will fare as first-year fantasy football prospects. Meanwhile, SB Nation's own Dan Rubenstein states the obvious about the big tight end.
    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Austin Seferian-Jenkins looking enormous in his Bucs uniform/pads for the first time <a href="">@Bucs_Nation</a> <a href="">@UWSBN</a> <a href="">@A_Jude</a> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Dan Rubenstein (@DanRubenstein) <a href="">June 2, 2014</a></blockquote><script async src="//" charset="utf-8"></script>

  • I'm beginning to think that the men's crew team is incapable of losing. Seriously, this level of success is borderline unprecedented. The gravy train has to end at some point, doesn't it?