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- The Dawgman guys continue their post-spring practice position reviews with the tight ends. There's a lot of talent and depth here, not to mention a good mix of blocking and pass catching.
- Dawgman also chatted with 2016 walk-on Myles Bryant. Bryant was offered scholarships at UW, San Jose State, and Washington State, but will continue Coach Pete's trend of bringing in high-quality walk-on players.
- This is a few days old, but a nice collection of former Husky greats at QB will be instructors at UW's summer QB Academy. Jeff Tedford will be working with the QBs as well - another indicator we should expect to have him working with the offensive staff in the near future.
- What's in store for the future at Oregon? After a dominant run, they have a lot of new faces in key positions. This USA Today podcast explores the Ducks.
- The Pac-12 is in a time of change, and can Larry Scott solve the network problems while increasing revenue?
- Washington women's basketball assistant Fred Castro has been hired as the new head coach at Eastern Michigan. Castro has been UW head coach Mike Neighbors's primary offensive assistant and worked to develop guard Kelsey Plum into an All-American this season. Castro is the 2nd assistant to parlay the team's success this season into a head coaching gig. Best of luck to Coach Castro!