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Dots: Future Huskies Fultz, Davis Shine in Les Schwab Invitational

Fultz and Davis dominate in Oregon, the Badgers slew the Trojans, and the Rose Bowl draws closer.

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Football Dots!

  • Speaking of the game rather than the stadium, I'm personally hyped up for Stanford vs. Iowa, and this preview doesn't hurt. I realize that it's two borderline redundant teams, but McCaffrey is a joy to watch and I'm captivated by the idea of Stanford facing a team physical enough to match up.
  • Oh, and I guess the playoff games are on tonight, huh? Not sure how I feel about the games being played in the middle of the afternoon on New Year's Eve, but I digress. Here is a quick rundown of Clemson vs. Oklahoma and Alabama vs. Michigan State from the main SB Nation page.

Basketball Dots!

  • DeMatha advanced to play perennial power Oak Hill in the championship and lost, but Fultz still took home MVP honors for the weekend as a whole. Daejon Davis also made the all-tournament team. As it becomes increasingly clear that this basketball season is about building for the future, these two serve as a reminder that the future is bright.