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- Husky coaches have been busy on the recruiting trail this week:
So blessed I have received an offer from the University of Washington. #GoDawgs pic.twitter.com/412Fll6JWR— Jacob Sirmon (@JacobSirmon) September 30, 2015
So extremely blessed to say that I have received my first offer from the University of Washington #GoDawgs pic.twitter.com/pWheXBWMbo— Hunter Bryant (@blackbeast88) October 1, 2015
- Shaq Thompson continues to rack up the accolades in his rookie season:
FACT: #Panthers LB Shaq Thompson (+3.7) has been the highest graded 1st rd pick by PFF through Week 3! #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/Qqn2P3Zcsq— CAR Panthers News (@CarPanthersNews) October 1, 2015
- Wednesday was the day for defensive players and coaches to speak with the media. Dawgman.com has interviews with Coach Lake, Coach Gregory, Coach Choate, Brian Clay and Tani Tupou.
- Yesterday it was the offense's turn to talk to the media. Dawgman.com has interviews with Coach Smith, Coach Pease, Coach Paopao, Sifa Tufunga and Dante Pettis.
- It was Media Day yesterday for Washington Men's Basketball. ICYMI our own Lucas Shannon compiled all the key takeaways from Lorenzo Romar's presser.
- Here's the full press conference video from Coach Romar yesterday courtesy of Dawgman.com:
- As noted by Coach Romar, incoming post Marquese Chriss is recovering from a fractured wrist and is expected to be out for 3-4 weeks. Percy Allen caught up with him yesterday and got a brief interview with him.
- Dawgman.com sat down with Dejounte Murray for a video interview.
- As the lone returning senior, Andrew Andrews is the de facto leader on the team. Christian Caple sat down with him yesterday to get his thoughts on that role, his decision to return and more.
- If you want to do a deep dive into the numbers so far on the Huskies, check out Bill Connelly's stats profile page for Washington where he's compiled all the data you could want to see.
- Washington's Women's Soccer team picked up a significant win last night over UCLA to even their conference record at 1-1-0. The Huskies sit just outside the top-25, and will take on USC at home Sunday afternoon at 4:30.
- The 15th ranked Men's Soccer team begins conference play tonight at 6PM as they host San Diego State and then on Sunday night at 7:05 as the Bruins visit.
- Finally, Mason Kelley has this story on the Men's Golf Team and their recent trip to Scotland with some 'walk-ons'.