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- The UWTV YouTube channel looks at what goes on behind the scenes on the day of a Husky football home game.
- College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock says that it's premature to discuss changes to the format's schedule.
2017 four-star wide receiver Terrell Bynum (Bellflower, Calif./St. John Bosco) plans to take in the sights at Washington sometime in the very near future.
UW visit next week w/ @wyattdavis53..— Terrell Bynum (@TDBynum) March 23, 2016
- Quarterback guru Taylor Barton has high praise for 2018 UW commit Jacob Sirmon.
- Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy thinks Texas should eliminate the Longhorn Network to help ensure the Big 12's survival.
- Christian Caple serves up a post-mortem of the team's second-round NIT loss to San Diego State.
- Percy Allen considers where Andrew Andrews' career ranks among the all-time Husky greats.
- Greg Davison writes in The Seattle Times about why he believes Dejounte Murray and Marquese Chriss would be better served in returning to Montlake for one more year before heading off to the bright lights of the NBA.
(You should know that I'm linking to a few politics-related stories below because of how they might affect the college athletics landscape. Our regular readers know what a disaster our comments section tends to become when this happens, so I'm asking you in advance to please act like grown-ups if you choose to chime in. Let's keep things friendly, capiche?)
- Adam Jude writes that the women's basketball team will be stretched to its limits in Friday's Sweet 16 game against Kentucky.
- Larry Stone takes a moment to bask in the magnitude of the team's huge upset win over Maryland.
- Sports Illustrated's Michael McCann delves into how Merrick Garland, President Obama's Supreme Court nominee to replace the late Antonin Scalia, could potentially impact the outcome of NCAA-related legislation.
- The College Football Playoff and the SEC have released statements communicating their concern with the state of Georgia's new "religious freedom bill," which critics describe as being anti-gay.