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Dots: Browning, Gaskin earn PFF Honors

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  • Pro Football Focus College's Steve Palazzolo and crew (They go by PFF College to make it less confusing) released their Top True Freshmen Team, featuring both Myles Gaskin and Jake Browning. As always, the grades are kind of confusing and ambiguous, but the signature stats are where they excel.
  • Joshua Garnett, one of the ones that got away, was named the Outland Trophy Award Winner last night.
  • Scott Wolf of InsideUSC was told that someone heard that Justin Wilcox really liked saying "I don't know what to call" so take that with a grain of salt, or the entire salt shaker. Your call.
  • ESPN's Pac-12 Blog has a look at what players in the conference will be at each of the major postseason All-Star games, and it appears that Travis Feeney will be playing in the East-West Shrine Game and Jaydon Mickens will be at the NFLPA Bowl. If both excel, there is a possibility of being a late addition to the Senior Bowl, in Mobile, Alabama.
  • In 2015, getting mad at things has been all the rage. For those who like getting mad, here's a list of the top 10 moments of the year in the Pac-12 with no mention of the Huskies whatsoever. Swell, huh? Stanford may be the champions, but did they beat a team so badly the coach went into a downward spiral?

    In all seriousness, we're (or I'm) happy you're better, Coach Sarkisian.

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