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- If you missed it earlier this week, here's episode No. 5 of The Pursuit's second season.
- Bill Connelly put together a comprehensive preview of Washington's matchup against Southern Mississippi, and Go Huskies published the team's own game information central.
The Huskies hit the field for their first practice in Dallas today. #HODBowl #UWHuskies pic.twitter.com/n09HCk0Y7s— UW Football (@UW_Football) December 23, 2015
- Adam Jude focuses on the matchup between Southern Miss' explosive offense and Washington's stingy defense.
- Former Husky defensive back Ikaika Malloe has officially been named as Jeff Choate's replacement as Chris Petersen's defensive line coach.
- Kevin Gemmell attempts to explain how Washington somehow parlayed losing four top-44 NFL Draft picks into boasting the best defense in the Pac-12.
- Sidney Jones is Washington's sole representative on the Pac-12 Blog's all-conference team.
- Two Dawg alums in the NFL are headed to the Pro Bowl.
Congrats to Marcel Reece and Marcus Peters on being selected to the #ProBowl. #ProDawgs pic.twitter.com/TF8yexy1lo— UW Football (@UW_Football) December 23, 2015
- Sports Illustrated examines the top-ranked uncommitted 2016 defensive tackles, including Washington target Rashard Lawrence. (Though SI fails to include the Huskies in the list of schools vying for his services.)
- The Washington Post wonders if we've gone too far in the college football facilities arms race.
- Redditor and Texas Longhorns fan /u/azwethinkweizm has a fun recounting of his personal encounter with the UW football team at a Dallas In-N-Out. (NSFW language warning.)
- Andrew Andrews and Marquese Chriss led the Huskies to a hard-fought victory over Seattle U.
- The Dawgman guys uploaded postgame video interviews with Chriss and Andrews, as well as head coach Lorenzo Romar.
DE. NIED. @UW_MBB's Marquese Chriss with the major swattage! #Pac12Hoops WATCH: https://t.co/YfMNDWLu5w pic.twitter.com/isGen6HMVP— Pac-12 Networks (@Pac12Networks) December 23, 2015
- Christian Caple provides last night's box score, and Percy Allen focuses on a handful of the night's relevant story lines.
- Washington's 14-point loss to Oakland on Saturday looks a lot better after the Golden Grizzlies took No. 1 Michigan State to overtime last night.