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- Christian Caple makes his Pac-12 picks. He’s 43-8 so far this season overall.
- Larry Stone of the Seattle Times writes that Husky offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith has silenced the doubters who questioned whether he is fit to be a Pac-12 coach.
- Percy Allen asks who had the better catch in UW’s win over Oregon. Vote for the Ross toe-tap or the Pettis one-hander.
- Scout looks at the biggest movers in the Mid-season 300, with a Husky commit making a huge leap.
- The Podcast of Champions calls the Pac-12 “a cluster mess,” I guess because only Washington is good this year.
- To a man, all of Jake Browining’s teammates loved “The Point.”
- Chris Petersen has a policy that players shouldn’t own dogs because they are a distraction. Elijah Qualls was not about to give up his best friend.
Seattle Times weekly podcast:
The Husky team’s “weak link”:
- Markelle Fultz may be a lock to be drafted near the top of the 2017 NBA draft, but he is only worried about playing to win for Washington right now.
- Mason Kelley has the remarkable story of Handwalla Bwana, men’s soccer midfielder whose family escaped the terror of living in Kenya.
ESPN Insider's 2017 MBB recruiting rankings. pic.twitter.com/6FSr0uXpIt— Carter Henderson (@CsH_UW) October 13, 2016
Keith Price staying busy during the bye week: