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Dot...Dot...Dawg (2/28)

Various news from the football, basketball and baseball fronts.

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  • Sports Radio KJR hosted Jimmy Lake and Chris Petersen for a pair of interviews this week. Caple has the transcript of Petersen's interview; if you've seen a transcription of Lake's appearance, post it in the comments or send it my way. In the meantime, Jude has a couple of highlights.
  • Chris Fetters takes a look at each of the 77 known scholarship offers ($) that Chris Petersen has made to members of the 2016 class.

  • Nigel Williams-Goss was named UW's first-ever academic All-American.

  • ESPN continues its ranking of college football's top jobs. UW checks in at No. 25, tied with Oklahoma State.

  • SB Nation's Pete Volk looks at where the nation's first-round NFL Draft picks hail from who aren't blue-chip recruits. The list's single Husky inclusion is Desmond Trufant.

  • Mason Kelley checks in with the baseball team, which is aiming to improve on last year's surprisingly impressive 41-17-1 campaign. He also profiles UW gymnast Allie Northey.

  • Matt Baker has a disturbing look behind the scenes of his reporting of the sexual assault allegations against Jameis Winston.

  • Scott Woodward made a great impression to at least one NFL coach.