- Could Nigel Williams-Goss be on his way out of Montlake?
- Much like ourselves, the Dawgman crew and Adam Jude are conducting their own spring football position previews. DM examines the offensive line, tight ends and running backs ($), while Jude looks at the offense as a whole.
- Speaking of Dawgman, Kim Grinolds and Aaron Beach put together a March Madness edition of Dawgman Radio. ($)
- The ESPN Pac-12 Blog celebrates "bracket buster" season by examining the conference's biggest football upsets since 2000.
- David Lombardi picks out the players who will constitute Washington's offensive and defensive three-headed monsters in 2015.
- Looking only at the previous year's opponent win/loss records, Phil Steele says that the Huskies face the nation's toughest schedule in 2015.
- Kyle Bonagura has a lot of respect for what he judges to be Chris Petersen's best-yet team, from when he coached Boise State in 2009.
- The NCAA tried for a long time to keep documents regarding the sanctions it administered to USC private, but those days are over: The documents are out, and they do not paint a flattering portrait of the organization. Long one of his pet causes, Ted Miller doesn't waste time addressing the situation.
Pat Haden makes it official that USC is formally annoyed with NCAA. Seeking future Coliseum renovation contribution? pic.twitter.com/0FGuHg8rdF— Ted Miller (@TedMillerRK) March 26, 2015
- Kelsey Plum was named to the Women's Basketball Coaches of America's all-region team, and is a nominee to be named to the all-America team.
- The baseball team scored seven runs in the fourth inning of Tuesday's game against the Gonzaga Bulldogs, snapping a four-game losing streak in the process.
- Gymnast Allison Northey was named first-team all-Pac-12 as an all-arounder.
- Braxton Miller may have just made Urban Meyer's decision about who will be Ohio State's starting quarterback in 2015 a bit easier.
Washington's star basketball player mulls over returning to school, and previews of the football team's spring practices continue to roll in.