- The guys over at Pacific Takes are grinding through a ranking of all 97 games played by Pac-12 teams in 2015 and they're into the top 20. Washington's failed comeback at Boise State in the season opener comes in at #18.
- Former UW CB Cleveland Wallace was one of the first players to transfer from Washington after Chris Petersen was hired in December of 2013. Turns out, though, that his move had nothing to do with the coaching change, but rather multiple family tragedies happening back home in the Bay Area. He obviously decided that he needed to be close to his family at that time so he transferred to San Jose State. Now he's hoping to achieve his NFL dreams and is making the most of his opportunity at the Combine.
- UW picked up yet another walk-on commitment for the 2016 class. This one comes from Woodinville OL Duke Clinch:
- Chris Petersen showed support for his two Dawgs competing in Indianapolis last weekend:
Congrats to these two on their performance yesterday. Hard work will pay off pic.twitter.com/XGjRkP4UJO— Coach Petersen (@CoachPeteUW) February 29, 2016
- ESPN analyst and UW alum Kevin Pelton says wins and losses can be deceiving and if you don't believe him, just look at the Washington basketball team this season.
- Kelsey Plum was named all-conference for her third straight year while her teammates, Chantel Osahor and Talia Walton, were named honorable mention.
- 9th ranked UW softball beat Nebraska and #2 Michigan over the weekend to close out the Mary Nutter Classic in Palm Springs and now sit at 12-3 on the season.