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- The Dawgman guys dedicated almost the entirety of the second hour of their Saturday morning show on KJR to talking about the football program.
- Chris Fetters turns his attention to previewing Washington's special teams units.
- ESPN has begun its countdown of the nation's top 100 players. So far, no Huskies have appeared in Nos. 100 through 81.
- Sports Illustrated's Pete Thamel wonders if the Pac-12 has overtaken the SEC as the nation's best football conference.
- Kevin Gemmell details the Pac-12's efforts to improve the product (and the perception of said product) its officials put on the field.
- Dan Wolken says that the Pac-12's quarterback corps in 2015 is one of its best to ever take the field.
- Heather Dinich tackles the issue of how the College Football Playoff has affected offseason politicking.
- Single-game tickets are now available to purchase.
- 2018 power forward Jontay Porter, who will likely be ranked as a five-star recruit, committed to Washington over the weekend. It's worth noting that he's the younger brother of 2017 five-star recruit Michael Porter Jr., who is also considering UW. Check out the UWDP discussion here.
I'm making my verbal commitment to the University of Washington! #GoHuskies— Jontay Porter (@JontayPorter) August 2, 2015
- Kim Grinolds spoke to Porter about what attracts him to the Washington basketball program, and Aaron Beach details what impact we can expect Porter to make once he arrives at Montlake. Finally, Beach and Grinolds put together their initial reaction to Porter's announcement in a Dawgman Radio podcast.
- The Dawgman guys had Tony Wroten in studio for the first hour of their Saturday morning show on KJR.