- It's football preview time, and Adam Jude has put together his own previews of the 2015 Husky offense and defense.
- Brock Huard is getting back to his roots:
- Colin Hecht at Sports Illustrated has his list of Pac-12 Superlatives, and you probably won't like where he's categorized the Huskies (though some will enjoy some schadenfreude at how he describes USC).
- Count ESPN's stats department among those skeptical of Washington's chances in 2015 as their FPI system currently projects only 4 wins on the schedule.
- The Pac-12 Networks will be airing their Football Training Camp episode on Washington next Wednesday the 12th, and to get Dawg fans pumped up they had this bit of TBT video to share:
- Down in the Big Easy there's another Dawg besides Hau'oli Kikaha trying to impress the Saints coaching staff - Mike Triplett has this look at Senio Kelemete and how he's been impressing his position coach Brett Ingalls.
- The folks at Athlon Sports got Pac 12 coaches to give anonymous opinions about their conference foes and there are some interesting quotes about the Huskies; here's one sample:
"From the outside looking in, it seems like Chris Petersen had to clean up some stuff off the field from the previous staff, and that's never easy. At Boise, he had the best talent in the league and everyone in the organization understood their culture. I think he figured out pretty quick this is a different deal."
Coach Jimmy Lake is pumped and ready for camp to start:
- Three-star S prospect Keyon Riley gave an update on his recruitment to Greg Biggins and has Washington on his short list, calling them one of his "dream schools" growing up.
- In less-positive recruiting news, a couple of Husky targets gave their verbal commitments to other Pac-12 schools today:
Proud to announce that I will further my education and football career at Stanford University! pic.twitter.com/XbO3IA4u12— David Long Jr. (@dee_knowz) August 6, 2015
- ICYMI, the bracket for the Battle 4 Atlantis in the beautiful Bahamas has been released and the Huskies face off against Gonzaga, re-starting their rivalry a year earlier than expected.
- Shaun Scott of the Bellevue Reporter has this profile of incoming Washington golfer Matt Marrese and the work ethic that drives him.