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- Paul Myerberg of USA Today kicks off his Pac-12 spring preview with a look at Chris Petersen's Huskies.
- ESPN's Erik McKinney checks in with 2017 five-star offensive guard and Washington target (along with everybody else) Wyatt Davis, who says he doesn't plan to announce his commitment anytime soon. It certainly doesn't hurt that Washington's players hailing from St. John Bosco, Wyatt's high school, include Sean McGrew, Will Shamburger and Keith Price. ($)
- Bill Connelly ranked the 25 best college football defenses of all time, and I'm sure it'll go over like a fart in church around here that the '91 Huskies were skunked while the '94 Cougars are featured in all their glory.
- Some interesting Husky alum developments are going down as we approach the silly season that is the NFL's free agency.
Seahawks WR Jermaine Kearse reiterated Thursday that he does not plan to return to Seattle and is looking forward to finding a new home.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 3, 2016
LB Donald Butler and RB Donald Brown are interesting new free agents after being waived by the Chargers— Brian Nemhauser (@hawkblogger) March 4, 2016
- Linebacker Rommel Mageo, Oregon State's leading tackler from a year ago, has decided to transfer and play his final year of eligibility as a graduate transfer at Ole Miss.
- Percy rounds up the national media's reaction to Andrew Andrews' 47-point tour de force Wednesday night against the Cougars. Meanwhile, Christian Caple offers his own perspective on the milestone.
- Scott Eklund has a wonderful photo/video gallery from Andrew's senior night.
- The University of Washington will pay Parker Executive Search $105,000 for their assistance in deciding whom to hire as the university's next athletic director.
- Baseball coach Lindsay Meggs spoke to the media about his upcoming season; Dawgman.com has video and a transcript of the conversation, thanks to Chris Fetters.
- Kelsey Plum lead the women's basketball team to a comfortable victory over Colorado in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament. In addition, Plum earned recognition for her accomplishments in the classroom by becoming a second-team academic all-American.
- Larry Stone profiles Husky track and field runner Izaic Yorks, who just a few days ago set an American collegiate record for running one mile in 3:53.89.