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Nursing a post-Super Bowl hangover and/or heartbreak? We've got the Dots to make all your troubles go away.

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  • Today's Dots are brought to you from a snowed-in Chicago. Hope you're not all dealing with a foot of unplowed snow on the ground like I am today.

  • The men's basketball team lost a heartbreaker Sunday when Sam Singer, a guard who made fewer than 14 percent of his shots from beyond the arc this season, drilled a three-pointer with four seconds remaining to beat the Dawgs by a final score of 90-88.

  • Percy Allen offers some thoughts as to where Lorenzo Romar goes from here, and Dawgman's Aaron Beach ponders the Huskies' realistic expectations for the remainder of the season. ($)

  • With National Signing Day rapidly approaching, the football coaching staff is working over time to land one final big fish in the form of Rockwall, Texas, running back Chris Warren. ESPN ($) still thinks he's bound for Texas, but calls Washington a "dark horse" in the race for his services:
    There are a number of running backs on Texas' board, which complicates things in Warren's situation. Texas has been the team to beat for him for quite some time, but we're moving further and further away from his Dec. 12 official visit and he's got another round of visits scheduled in January. With Texas' RB board so fluid, that's allowed Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and even Washington to become a large factor in his recruitment. If you're looking for a dark horse, keep an eye on Washington, which he visits the final weekend in January. Don't forget his father played for the Seahawks and his mother is originally from Seattle.
  • As for Warren himself, he's not tipping his hand until Wednesday.
  • Jake Browning was named one of just three All-Americans at quarterback by Parade Magazine.

  • In honor of yesterday's Super Bowl, the football program unveiled this list of every Husky to ever play in the big game:
  • Boise State beat writer Chad Crippe of the Idaho Statesman spoke a pair of the team's seniors about what it will be like squaring off against their former coach in next season's opener.

  • Danny Shelton wrote his first draft diary for Fox Sports.

  •'s Greg Biggins examines the performances of Washington's most high-profile recruits from the last 10 years.