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- Chris Peterson told Cam Cleeland on the "Dusty and Cam Show" that the Huskies simply "need to win." Adam Jude has the details or you can listen here.
- Dawgman talks QBs and more with Greg Biggins. They also continue to break down the top prospects in the state, this time with #'s 6-10.
- Chris Fetters continues his positional breakdown of the Huskies with an in-depth look at the Defensive Line.
- I can't wait to have my picture taken with the new Don James statue, which is apparently happening.
- I've seen a lot of different QB ranking systems, but "comfort level" is a new one for me. UW fares well.
- The ESPN Pac-12 blog looks at running back situations in the North coming out of Spring. Everyone is loaded at RB including UW.
- ESPN reminisces about the 2000 game between UW and Oregon State, calling it the "what-if game."
- Roseville, CA tight end Jimmy Jaggers visited three Pac-12 schools including Washington. The top-10 prospect liked his trip to UW.
- One of the top centers in the country is narrowing down his list and really liked UW on his visit.
UW QB commit Jacob Sirmon is growing.
- The MVP of the Women's McDonalds All-America Game is choosing between UW and Oregon. The decision is coming this month.
- Dejounte Murray turned down a trip to the NBA combine, and this story says a rumor that he has been guaranteed to be signed by a team may be the reason. Scroll down toward the end of the page to read the paragraph about Murray.
- Our compadres at Bright Side of the Sun have a draft profile of Marquese Chriss calling him a great athlete that needs time to develop his game.
- Scout has Markelle Fultz highlights from the Jordan Brand Classic scrimmage
- UW will host the Pac-12 track championships for the first time since 1997 on May 14 & 15 and head coach Greg Metcalf is pumped about it.
Madi Schreyer threw a one-hit shutout as the Husky Softball team improved to 34-13.
The Special Olympics are coming to Seattle in 2018. UW will host ceremonies and competition.