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- Sports Illustrated singles out Jeff Lindquist as a player with the potential to have a breakout season in 2015.
- Chris Fetters continues Dawgman's post-spring position analyses with the defensive line. ($)
- Scott Eklund catches up with 2016 RB target Alexander Mattison.
- Peters is gettin' paid.
Marcus Peters' 4-year deal should be worth $9,584,157 (fully guaranteed), which includes a $5,230,296 signing bonus.— Joel Corry (@corryjoel) May 15, 2015
- Women's basketball guard Kelsey Plum was named to the USA Pan American Games roster.
- Washington's men and women on the track and field team got their share of glory at the Pac-12 championships this weekend at UCLA's Drake Stadium.
- The women's crew team won three first-place finishes, and the men their sixth consecutive conference championship, as this weekend's events at Lake Natoma, Calif.
- The women's softball team's amazing season came to an end yesterday after losing 11-1 to Alabama in Tuscaloosa in the NCAA tournament. The Lady Dawgs finished the year with a record of 42–17.
- Adam Rittenberg's latest column is an interesting look at how college football coaches work to maintain team unity, and prevent players from falling into a groups of cliques.
- Grantland's Matt Borcas explores how Ohio State's Cardale Jones went from social media joke to social media savant.
I haven't seen anything yet identifying who this is, but it's too good to omit. (Update: It's Isaiah Montanez, a prospect out of Golden Valley High School in Merced, Calif.)
Can't touch this!!!! pic.twitter.com/Mw1xYKYSat— Scout Recruiting (@scoutrecruiting) May 17, 2015