- Christian Caple has some postgame video following Stanford's last-second win over UW in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament.
- Grit Media recruited Danny Shelton to share his perspective of the worst part of being a physical monster.
- The ESPN Pac-12 Blog is breaking down the state of each position on every team. So far in regard to UW, they've looked at quarterback, running back, wide receiver and tight end.
- Dawgman's Scott Eklund chimes in with a couple of recruiting stories from the past week.
- Former Huskies Everette Thompson and Keith Price are expected to participate in the NFL's first veteran combine on March 22 in Tempe, Ariz.
- Bob Condotta spoke with Jake Locker's father Scott about Jake's decision to retire from the NFL at the age of 26 years old.
- Erik McKinney mentions UW a couple of times in this post about the propensity for Pac-12 players to see action on both sides of the ball. ($)
- Jon Wilner continues his assessment of the Pac-12's financial standing relative to the BIG 10 and SEC. In short, the conference has a lot of ground to make up if it wants to stay competitive, and not a ton of time in which to do it.
- College football has evolved considerably since Rutgers and Princeton faced off in 1869, but it seems that college football recruiting, at least in some ways, hasn't changed a bit.
- Hitting Mental spoke to UW baseball hitting coach Donegal Fergus about the finer points of adopting a positive approach to plate appearances.
- A recent audit reveals that the NCAA produced nearly $1 billion in revenue last year.
- The football coaching staff has been posting a whole mess of weight room vids. Check 'em out if you're so inclined. (Spoiler alert: Elijah Qualls is a bad, bad man.)
The long roundball nightmare is finally over, and the football players continue to chase those gains.