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Dots: Gaskin's Mentor, Locker's Return, and Romar's Young Dawgs

Locker the Husky Legend, tough Pac-12 discipline, and Gaskin's tough summer.

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Football Dots

  • Once again, the Pac-12 Blog put together a list of all twelve depth charts and noted any major changes. Oregon State features by far the most alterations from last week's two-deeps.

Basketball Dots

  • Caple has some quick notes on Husky basketball, including the observation from Romar that jet lag has had a tangible impact on practices early this week. That does not surprise me. It's one thing to complain about an early East Coast start time, but if you've ever traveled halfway around the world, it's astounding how much it can throw your body off, even if you have no athletic responsibilities.
  • Caple also transcribed lots of statements from Romar. Among the interesting bits of info: Malik Dime has a 7-5 wingspan and blocks shots with his left hand, Romar considers Noah Dickerson to be the team's best low-post scorer, and the coach is far more encouraged by Murray's scoring and rebounding vs. Texas than he is concerned about the nine turnovers. Also, can we take a moment to appreciate Caple for doing such quality work covering both football and basketball?
  • The UW women throttled Seattle U by a score of 96-55. Star scorer Kelsey Plum racked up 26 points, while Chantel Osahor managed 12 points and 20 rebounds to wrestle away player of the game honors. I expect good things out of this team this season!