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We'll start with this:
Official release on Stanford being the Pac-12 pick in media poll. pic.twitter.com/wedU3RwpXg— Ted Miller (@TedMillerRK) July 14, 2016
- Pac-12 Media Days continue this morning. Follow this thread here on the Dawgpound. Petersen should be at the mic around noon, followed by Darrell Daniels and Kevin King.
- Kevin Gemmell tells us what questions will be asked vs. what questions should be asked to Pac-12 North representatives.
- Chris Petersen not only thinks predictions don't mean anything, they irritate the heck out of him.
- The Dawgs are such a trendy preseason pick that Larry Stone of the Seattle Times likens them to a current video game sensation.
- Adam Jude looks at QB questions around the Pac-12, and wonders if the conference has a shot at the College Football Playoff.
- Ted Miller also questions if the Pac-12 can put a team in the playoffs.
- Some Husky commits and targets in this ESPN recap of The Opening.
- Scout has video of UW tight end commit Hunter Bryant in action with some analysis.
- They also have footage of DT commit Marlon Tuipulotu, sans the analysis.
- Dawgman is counting down the 20 most important Huskies relative to success of the team. #20 is a defensive lineman poised to make a name for himself in 2016.
- UW announced dates and times for Dawgs Under the Stars, Raise the Woof, and Husky Picture Day.
More Dawgs on Watch Lists:
- The non conference schedule was released, and after an exhibition game against Western Washington, UW will host Yale.
- Caple breaks down the schedule in this New Tribune article.
The Magic are finalizing a trade to send Devyn Marble and a 2020 2nd-round pick to the Clippers for C.J. Wilcox and cash, per source.— Josh Robbins (@JoshuaBRobbins) July 15, 2016
- Matisse Thybulle and the Pac-12 All-Stars were blown out in the second half against an Aussie team that features some current NBA players.
Former UW midfielder:
- The Pac-12 Conference will invest $3.9 million in research grants for projects including head-trauma and metal health.
- Pac-12 Networks will stream over 150 live events via twitter. Soccer, swimming and softball are among the school-produced telecasts that will be available.