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Monday Dots: Reviewing the Tight Ends

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Spring is in the rear view mirror now, but there's still plenty going on around the program.

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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?

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