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- Adam Jude of The Seattle Times takes a glance in the rear-view mirror at what happened in Eugene a year ago.
- Go Huskies has a story on Taylor Rapp, who has become a role model to young Asian-American football players.
- The Daily ranks the top UW/UO games in history.
Dawgman Game-week goodies:
- By the Numbers
- Chris Petersen’s press conference
- Dawgman also takes a look at teams that impact the Huskies playoff chances, and who they face down the stretch.
DataPoints courtesy Go Huskies:
Preview No. 12 @UW_Football's 7:00 PM (PT) matchup with Oregon on Saturday via #UWDataPoints. #PurpleReign— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) November 3, 2017
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Could be who the Huskies face as well next Friday:
QB KJ Costello will start for No. 21 Stanford at No. 25 WSU. Change comes after Keller Chryst struggled at Oreg St. https://t.co/1NAq5gwMYF— Kyle Bonagura (@BonaguraESPN) November 3, 2017
Hopkins era starts with a win, albeit an unimpressive one:
FINAL: UW outlasts SMU 91-87. Five Dawgs in double-figures, led by Noah Dickerson's double-double (21-10) #Dawgman pic.twitter.com/e4TDPriUNt— Chris Fetters (@Chris_Fetters) November 3, 2017
- Here’s Chris Fetters’ game story.
- Dawgman radio has their analysis of the Huskies’ win over St. Martins.
- Post game press conference with Mike Hopkins, Noah Dickerson, and David Crisp
In case you missed it, UW won last year: