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- Adam Jude attempts to flesh out Washington's offensive and defensive depth charts. He also writes about how MMA training has improved the Husky linemen's hand fighting techniques.
- Chris Petersen said yesterday that there's no further news to be had yet in regard to Washington's quarterback battle.
- The Dawgman guys posted a pair of podcasts in which they talk about such topics as the football and basketball programs, the Bellevue High School football scandal and Steve Sarkisian's antics.
- Defensive backs coach Jimmy Lake threw a nice shout-out to sophomore Darren Gardenhire, who will likely start opposite Sidney Jones in Washington's Sept. 4 opener against Boise State.
- Mason Kelley details how Chris Petersen's name game improves team camaraderie, and spoke to Tani Tupou about starting what's come to be known as Dawg Adventures.
- Bruins Nation turns its attention toward previewing the Huskies.
- David Lombardi wonders if 2015 will be the year in which the Pac-12 North begins to become a bit less top-heavy.
- Always nice to see some UW representation in The League.
- Check out our and Dawgman's reports on yesterday's announcement that Quevyn Winters will not return to the team next year.
- Scout.com's updated 2016 basketball rankings include UW commit Markelle Fultz at No. 7.
- Percy Allen identifies 12 questions about the Pac-12's 2015 football season.
- The Whammy in Miami made Jon Wilner's list of the Pac-8/10/12's all-time best non-conference games.
- Congrats to Kim Durand!