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- Dawgman's position previews turn to Washington's tight ends.
- David Lombardi classifies UW as being in "great shape" at running back.
- Bill Connelly's Pac-12 previews continue with Arizona, Arizona State and Stanford.
- ESPN's Alex Scarborough came away from SEC Media Days with the impression that the conference is populated by a bunch of whiners. Fox Sports' Stewart Mandel is similarly unimpressed.
- Rivals ranks its top 10 players to come out of the state of California; former UW linebacker Shaq Thompson makes an appearance at No. 9.
- Former Husky Sione Potoa'e, elder brother to freshman defensive end Benning, has entered the coaching realm.
Former US Army All-American, UofWashington and Lakes football player Sione Potoa'e is coaching DLs at Lakes High School.— Lakes Lancers (@LakesLancers) July 23, 2015
- (Now former) Twitter user @DGus1228 shows why you shouldn't get into a battle with Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones: You'll lose, badly.
- Mason Kelley spoke to new men's basketball coach Will Conroy and his mentor Lorenzo Romar about what he's doing to return the UW basketball program to its former glory.
- Conroy and fellow assistant coach Brad Jackson are on the recruiting trail.
- According to Synergy Sports Technology's measurements, the most efficient player in the NBA Summer League is Washington alum Justin Dentmon.
- Jon Wilner explores what AT&T's takeover of DirecTV could mean for the Pac-12 Networks' distribution.
- The New York Times uses the University of North Carolina academic fraud scandal as a launching point into exploring the relationship between universities and their athletic departments.
- The freshman Dawgs continue to kill it in the classroom.
- Speaking of which, the LEAP program welcomed a special guest to speak to Washington's newest athletes.
- IMG College Radio and Elise Woodward had a Throwback Thursday post for the ages.