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Dots: AD Scott Woodward reportedly off to Texas A&M

The Huskies apparently lose an athletic director, assistants play musical chairs, and Pac-12 conference play kicks into full swing.

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Football Dots

  • According to widespread reports, Athletic Director Scott Woodward has elected to join his old colleague Michael Young in leaving the University of Washington for Texas A&M. The university is honestly on a roll in terms of hiring lately, with HC Chris Petersen and President Ana Mari Cauce both looking (in my humble opinion) like clear upgrades, so I'm fairly confident that a suitable replacement can be found if he is indeed leaving.

Basketball Dots

  • A few years ago, Pac-12 basketball was pretty much the laughing stock of the so-called power conference, a concept which holds far more weight in football than basketball. Now, after the first week or so of conference play, the Pac-12 boasts eight teams in the top-50 in terms of RPI. And no, Washington is not one of the eight, and they still look mighty dangerous.