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- The UW Department of Athletics has released its 2016 spring football schedule; as was the case last year, the public's only chance to see the team in action will be at the April 23 Spring Preview.
- Sidney Jones made Sports Illustrated's list of 10 players to watch in the Pac-12 this season.
- Dawgman profiles 2017 four-star wide receiver prospect Terrell Bynum. ($)
- College football recruiting is an insane endeavor, which is why 247Sports has introduced a decommitment tracker. That's right, it's no longer enough to track which school a player has said he will attend; we now have to track the schools he has said he will attend, before breaking his word. What a time to be alive.
- Reddit's /r/cfb community hosted a fun thread in which college football fans from around the nation share their perspectives on Chris Petersen and the Huskies.
- Dilletaunt wrote our game story covering last night's 107–102 victory over Long Beach State in the first round of the NIT. Percy Allen, Christian Caple, and Chris Fetters turned in recaps of their own, too. The No. 3 Huskies will face off next against No. 2 San Diego State on Monday, March 21, at 8:30 p.m. Pacific on ESPN2.
- Fetters also uploaded post-game video of Long Beach State head coach Dan Monson, as well as Lorenzo Romar, Dejounte Murray and Marquese Chriss.
- The Dawgman guys posted a podcast discussing last night's win, and charting Washington's path ahead through the rest of the tournament.
- Freshmen golfers Wenyung Keh and Julianne Alvarez have been selected to compete on the Asia-Pacific team in Portugal.
- The Pac-12 has adopted a new policy that would prohibit student-athlete transfers from competing in the conference if he or she is facing misconduct issues that would prevent them from competing at their former institution.
- The Wazzu athletic department ended 2015 with a budget deficit of $13 million.
- EA Sports has settled a lawsuit college football and basketball players to the tune of $60 million.
- Former Texas Longhorns quarterback Colt McCoy penned a retrospective in The Players' Tribune about his tumultuous career, including the injury he suffered against Alabama in the 2010 BCS National Championship.