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- Hope everybody had a safe and happy Fourth of July!
- Budda Baker was named to the Paul Hornung Award watch list, which honors the nation's most versatile player. Shaq Thompson claimed the award in 2014.
- Scott Eklund breaks down what the UW recruiting calendar looks like between now and the start of fall camp.
- Stewart Mandel hosted Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin on his podcast The Audible, speaking on a number of topics including the 2015 season opener against Washington.
- The Opening kicks off today in Beaverton, Ore. SB Nation Recruiting put together a Twitter list to help you follow the event as the news breaks.
- ESPN's Tom VanHaaren spoke to Jacob Eason about his ongoing recruitment, even though he describes himself as remaining "100 percent committed" to Georgia.
- Sports Illustrated's Lindsay Schnell has her own column on the five-star quarterback from Lake Stevens High School.
- Andy Staples ruminates on what the College Football Playoff got right and wrong in its first year.
- Shaq Thompson's 99-yard scoop-and-score against Cal is one of the Pac-12 Networks' 12 best plays of 2014.
- The men's crew team won their first-ever Prince Albert Challenge Cup yesterday.
- Jeff Lindquist, Michael Kneip and Sifa Tufunga are leading their football teammates in hosting a fundraising program called Lift for Life that will benefit pediatric multiple sclerosis research.
- The football team's LEAP enrollees are exploring campus and the U District.
When you get to college and realize football really is life. pic.twitter.com/D9BKsKa6sy— Football Recruits (@FootballRecruit) July 4, 2015
When you walk in the training room and Nate Robinson's just casual sitting in there..— Isaiah Renfro (@WaveGodZay) July 3, 2015
- Congrats to Shelley Smith on a huge milestone!
Done w Cancer... Officially!!! pic.twitter.com/doQJAJiZHW— Shelley Smith (@ShelleyESPN) July 6, 2015