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- Don James is #54 on a list of the top college coaches of all time (#s 75-51 shown here). At first I thought that was insultingly low, but there are some damn good coaches below him. I guess there have just been a lot of college football coaches.
- Chantell Jennings and Kevin Gemmell debate a little UW vs Oregon on the ESPN Pac-12 blog.
- Almost 3 months after committing to the Huskies, the #1 WR in the state of Utah finally made his way to Montlake. Ty Jones says it was "amazing."
- Dawgman is into the top 10 of its countdown of the 20 most important Husky players. A great effing choice for #10, the team's top returning receiver is #9, the graybeard of the secondary comes in at #8, and a versatile vet on the O-Line is 7th on the list. Don't blink or you might miss #6.
- Here's the details on the open practice and picture day August 13th. Share your pictures with the tag #HuskyPictureDay for a chance to win four tickets to the Rutgers game.
Future Dawg and top-5 TE nationally Hunter Bryant is a preseason All American.
Thinking of heading to the Bay Area to watch the Huskies take on Cal November 5th? Here's another reason to make it happen:
- Romar recruiting hype just wont take a back seat to Husky Football hype. Evan Daniels of Sports Illustrated polled 106 college coaches regarding who is the best in the class of 2017. The answer is a tall sharpshooter headed this way.
- Not much we don't already know around here, but ESPN's Andy Katz talks UW recruiting in this video.
Washington Huskies transfer F Donaven Dorsey committed to Montana. #GrizHoops— kyle sample (@Kyle_Missoulian) July 28, 2016
Played on the U-18 team with Porter and Fultz:
UW's Troy Rallings, the 2016 Pac-12 pitcher of the year as a senior, announces he will have Tommy John. His pro career on hold for now.— Adam Jude (@A_Jude) July 27, 2016