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- Our friends at Conquest Chronicles call the USC vs. Washington contest an under-the-radar must-win for Steve Sarkisian's team.
- Jamie Newberg named Darren Gardenhire one of the Pac-12's spring stars.
5Dimes Sportsbook lists Boise State as 10.5-point favorites over the Huskies in the season opener. In related news, the game has already sold out.
- Kevin Gemmell surveys the landscape of Washington's non-conference opponents.
- Chantel Jennings offers a brief recap of the state of the Pac-12's 2016 recruiting classes.
- Scott Eklund spoke with Camilo Eifler about the four-star linebacker's trip to Washington last weekend.
- Washington was included in 2016 Westfield, Texas, quarterback Dillon Sterling-Cole's list of finalists.
List of Top 8⃣ Schools going into the Summer ‼️, I'm still open to schools I have interest in #TrulyBlessed #Momo pic.twitter.com/NHdPHUSS8m— Dillon Sterling Cole (@PassDMC) June 4, 2015
- I missed this a while back, but Bill Connelly has already previewed Washington opponents Boise State and Utah State.
- Lorenzo Romar hauled in two big fish yesterday: 2016 center Noah Dickerson, and former player/new assistant Coach Will Conroy.
I've finally found my home. I'm a Washington Husky pic.twitter.com/cqGYVPKQw7— Noah Dickerson (@NDickerson41) June 5, 2015
Christian Caple and Brian Snow react to Dickerson's commitment.
Another top 100 prospect for Lorenzo Romar. Noah Dickerson just committed. 6-8 center w good hands & touch. Will play physical inside too.— Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) June 5, 2015
That's now five top-100 recruits for the Huskies in this year's class, per http://t.co/9LcKV51DL1's rankings.— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) June 5, 2015
- The University of Washington is hosting a celebration of the men's crew team's fifth consecutive national championship next week.
- Get ready to see the NCAA drop the hammer on the University of North Carolina for the dreaded "lack of institutional control." Nicole Auerbach of USA Today has a nice recap of where the Tar Heels stand.
- Bryan Wiedey, better known to the sports gaming community as PastaPadre, offers a recap of how and when college football and basketball video games might eventually return to a PlayStation or Xbox near you.
- Mason Kelley offers a behind-the-scenes look at Washington's Student-Athlete Academic Services department.
- Local high school football powerhouse Bellevue has found itself and head coach Butch Goncharoff in hot water after self-reporting several coaching and recruiting violations. Several former players have responded strongly on social media, including several names UW fans will recognize.
Nobody knows how much hard work we put into, they mistake it for cheating, Shoutout to all them haters out there #Wolverines #TeamButch— budda baker (@buddabaker32) June 4, 2015
Bellevue Football DOES NOT CHEAT. They are a product of hard work. ALL the coaches want is for the players to become better men#TeamButch— Henry Roberts (@TheHen747) June 4, 2015
The media and misinformed have longed searched for the 'truth' behind Bellevue Football...Well, here it is! Courtesy...Posted by Bellevue Wolverines on Thursday, June 4, 2015
Bellevue coach Butch Goncharoff suspended 2 games after self-reported violations. So there's that... https://t.co/yJ3L6oRVAl— Jayson Jenks (@JaysonJenks) June 5, 2015
- For the second time in his career, PING named Cheng-Tsung Pan to its all-American first team. Speaking of whom ... well, this is just heartbreaking.
This is how close Pan came to a playoff for the NCAA Individual Title. pic.twitter.com/AGwapSaRDy— UW Men's Golf (@UW_MGolf) June 3, 2015