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- The Associated Press All-America team includes second-team all-purpose player Dante Pettis, and third-team defensive tackle Vita Vea. Meanwhile, Pettis made the Football Writers Association of America All-American first team.
- Hunter Bryant missed a third of the regular season due to injury, but his skills were still impressive enough to earn him recognition from ESPN as a freshman All-American.
- Chris Petersen had a wild weekend of woofing, as the Dawgs earned commitments from three-star linebackers Zion Tupuola-Fetui and MJ Tafisi, and four-star offensive guard Sam Taimani.
- Percy Allen recaps Washington’s game yesterday against Gonzaga, in which the Bulldogs whipped the Huskies to the tune of a 27-point victory.
- Richard Deitsch rounds up the numbers that show college football viewership is down across the country this season.
- Eric Single slots the Fiesta Bowl eighth in his bowl entertainment ranking.
- 2018 Husky commit Trey Lowe has been named the state of Oregon’s Gatorade Player of the Year.
- Husky legacy Cale Millen, son of Hugh Millen, has committed to play for the Northwestern Wildcats.
- The Washington State Cougars announced that wide receiver Tavares Martin Jr., who leads the team with 70 catches for 831 yards and nine touchdowns, has been kicked off of the team for a violation of team rules. Meanwhile, Martin flatly disputes that he did anything wrong.
I was dismissed from the team because I asked for my release. I never knew me asking for my release was a violation of the team rules.— Tavares Martin Jr (@ASAP_561) December 10, 2017