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Dots: Huskies Prepare for Two Quarterbacks, Criticism, Rain, and the Night

Double the quarterbacks, double the fun! Also in here is some Coach Jonathan Smith quotes on criticism and an impromptu preview for the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships today!

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  • The Pac-12 Championships are today, starting at 10:30 PT.
  • On the Women's side, Washington comes in ranked 12th in the country, but fourth in the conference behind Colorado, Oregon, and Stanford. Unlike the Men's race, see below, any of the four teams can win this race today and it should be a wide open, good ole fashioned cross country showdown.
  • On the Men's side, the Colorado Buffaloes look for their 5th consecutive Pac-12 title, and as the #1 ranked team in the country, they're the favorites. Oregon Junior Edward Cheserek is the two time defending Pac-12 and NCAA Champion, and he's the favorite to make it three in a row today, which would be huge for Oregon's efforts to unseat the Buffaloes. Washington is ranked 20th on the Men's side, but it'll be a close battle for third between #15 UCLA, #21 California, and #23 Stanford. Stanford, formerly #4 in the country, has the firepower to be near the top of the nation, but injuries and potential redshirts that look to be burned have really hurt them during the regular season.