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- It's not quite spring football yet but the team held a combine style event to officially test the players in various aspects of their athleticism. Adam Jude has a great recap including Top 5s for each event.Not surprisingly, Kevin King (again), John Ross, and Budda Baker tested very well.
- Dawgman.com was also on hand and published this all in one recap.
- The ESPN Pac-12 Blog wrapped up its Top 25 Iconic Plays of the Pac 12's past decade.
- Ted Miller of the Pac-12 Blog ranked the head coaching jobs in the Pac-12 and put the Huskies near the top. In the long term however, I would argue that Washington is a better job than Oregon. Though as things stand I think it's a good list.
- Nothing to do really with Washington or the Pac-12, but the bizarre Illinois situation may be coming to a close as they just hired Lovie Smith. If you recall they fired their interim-turned-permament head coach Bill Cubit after only a couple months on the job.
- Sport's Illustrated has a top-10 list of sophomores poised to break out this season. Shockingly neither Jake Browning or Myles Gaskin on the list, presumabley because they've already broken out? Be sure to watch the video at the top where Andy Staples gives some brief thoughts on the Husky's 2016 season.
- The regular season is wrapped up so it's time to predict award winners! Here are Percy Allen's predictions.
- The Dawg's first opponent in the Pac-12 tournament is Stanford, whom they face Wednesday at noon.
- Percy also recaps the team awards banquet where Andrew Andrews, not surprisingly, was the team's MVP.
- Sadly the season may be over for the Women's team, who fell to Oregon State in the conference tournament semi-finals.