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Dot...Dot...Dawg (6/29)

UW football's newest players are on campus, the latest betting lines are in, and the Seattle Times examines where Jake Heaps' career went wrong.

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Jake Heaps
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Football Dots

  • The football program's 2015 signees have arrived.
  • Break out your checkbooks, because ticket purchasing season is upon us.
  • The Golden Nugget released its initial betting lines for some of college football's 2015 games, including a handful that include the Dawgs. For now, Washington is a 13-point dog at Boise State, a 19-point dog at USC, a 15-point dog versus Oregon, and a 4.5-point favorite versus Washington State. Ted Miller reacts to how Vegas is evaluating the Pac-12.

  • Dawgman named Federal Way linebacker Andrzej Hughes-Murray its No. 5 in-state player in the 2016 class. ($)

  • Ted Miller compares Chris Petersen to Mark Helfrich and Steve Sarkisian in his Friday mailbag.

  • Former UW OL James Atoe and Mike Criste have been named to the U.S. Men's National Team.

  • Jayson Jenks has a wonderful piece on how 2009 No. 1 QB recruit Jake Heaps became the poster child for everything that's wrong with modern-day college football recruiting.

Misc. Dots

  • Brian Wagner, digital media guru for the UW Department of Athletics, is heading to Ann Arbor to join the University of Michigan's athletic department.
  • If you've ever dreamed of camping out at Husky Stadium and watching Little Giants, then boy, do I have news for you!

  • Tom Fornelli ranks the best gym equipment to use when attacking a coach.

  • #ProDawgs