- Following the football team's end of season awards ceremony on Sunday the guys over at Dawgman.com gave away some awards of their own.
- CBS Sports offers their bowl projections and they have the Huskies heading down to Albuquerque to face a surprisingly good New Mexico team.
- It's official, there will be at least two sub-.500 teams who will be going bowling this season. 5-7 Missouri has already announced that they will not accept a bowl bid if offered.
- Kevin King somewhat quietly had himself one heck of a season:
- Chris Petersen and Scott Woodward have a combined 95,000 extra reasons to be thankful this holiday season:
Washington beats Washington State to become bowl eligible, sets up coach Chris Petersen for $75,000 bonus, AD Scott Woodward $20K— Steve Berkowitz (@ByBerkowitz) November 28, 2015
- I have linked this story before in the Dots, but with the coaching carousel in full swing I figured it was worth linking again. Meet Jimmy Sexton, the super agent behind so many coaching contracts in college football. Jimbo Fisher, Nick Saban, Lane Kiffin, Gus Malzahn, and Jim Mora are among his clients.
- Adam Jude grades the UW's season and based on his marks the young Husky team didn't do too bad, all things considered.
- After 2 seasons of solid production from the defensive line, coach Jeff Choate has been mentioned as a candidate for a couple coaching vacancies. He is set to interview this week for the head coach job at Montana State and the guys over at UTEP's SB Nation site have mentioned him as a possible candidate for their DC job:
Guessing an early DC candidate: Jeff Choate from Washington who Kugler originally hired in 2013. OC is a little more foggy imo— MinerRush (@sbnminerrush) November 30, 2015
- The VolleyDawgs swept WSU in the volleyball edition of the Apple Cup and with that earned themselves a share of the conference championship. On Sunday they were awarded the 5th seed heading into the tournament and will host the opening rounds. To cap off their amazing weekend, the Huskies are now the top team in the country according to the AVCA coaches poll as they switched places with former #1 USC: