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- I think it's safe to say that we don't need to worry about Camilo Eifler flipping his commitment at the last minute.
- Byron Murphy doesn't seem to be wavering, either.
I used to pray for times like this ✊ pic.twitter.com/NGF9UqLCgm— Bmurph (@byronmurpy) January 26, 2016
- Over at Dawgman, Scott Eklund spoke to 2016 wide receiver commit Jordan Chin about his decision to join the Washington program.
- Chantel Jennings and Kyle Bonagura debate whether or not Washington is the conference's best-built team for future success.
- In the latest episode of Podcast Ain't Played Nobody, SB Nation's Bill Connelly and Jeremy Godfrey welcome recruiting expert Bud Elliott to talk about the 2016 recruiting cycle. (Around the 44:20 to 46:25 mark, they briefly touch on the job Chris Petersen has done constructing his roster at Washington.)
- Ted Miller writes about why the Pac-12 needs to finish out the 2016 recruiting cycle in strong fashion.
- Dawgman's Chris Fetters and Aaron Beach break down the latest storylines surrounding the men's basketball program.
- Lorenzo Romar spoke to the media yesterday in advance of this week's road games against UCLA and USC, as did Andrew Andrews and Dejounte Murray. Christian Caple has the transcript of Romar's portion.
- ESPN's Joe Lunardi projects the Huskies to contend for a spot in the NCAA Tournament as a 12-seed in a play-in game against Clemson.
- Five-star All-American and Washington commit Markelle Fultz appeared on yesterday's Mitch in the Morning show to talk about his senior season and why he chose to play his college ball for Lorenzo Romar.
- Kelsey Plum flipped the script on women's basketball coach Mike Neighbors by drawing up a play for him, not the other way around. Mason Kelley has the backstory.
- Construction at Oregon State's Reser Stadium unearthed what researchers believe to be 10,000-year-old mammoth bones.