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- Joe Mathis, now a senior, appears ready to take over the BUCK position after spending the last few years at defensive end. He is also improving as a student and preparing to be a father, so hopefully he can put it all together and earn himself an NFL contract in a year's time.
- According to Jude, it has been Mathis and Budda Baker making big plays over the first couple of spring practices. Hear from both players post-practice.
- UW will hold its Pro Day this afternoon at Dempsey Indoor. Unfortunately, with a recently injured Feeney being the only Husky widely considered to be draftable, it figures to be a quieter event than in past years.
- The women's basketball squad departed for Indianapolis about an hour ago with a big sendoff on Montlake. The mayor was there, Coach Petersen was there, and so were tons of energized fans. To see more, head to Twitter and use the #Final4Dawgs tag. And if you haven't gotten a chance, check out the dedicated UW WBB Final Four site.
- With all of our focus rightfully on UW, it's easy to forget that along with Oregon State, there are two Pac-12 teams in the Final Four. It's the first time this has ever occurred, and according to Jude, it's a breakthrough for the conference.
- Markelle Fultz is such a hot commodity coming out of high school that he will participate in four all-star events in the next two weeks. He got started last night with the McDonald's All-American game.