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Friday Dots: Busy Weekend for Non-Revenue Sports

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Plus, a 5-star QB checks out UW

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Football Dots

  • ESPN’s countdown of the top “triplets” in the Pac-12 reaches #4 and it’s the Cougs coming in at that spot on Offense and Defense.

Last week we reported that the state’s top OT was awaiting a UW offer. Now he’s got one and looks pretty pleased:

This is for Dawgman paid subscribers only, but the picture hints that Jordan Miller makes the list:

Boise St. running back and John Ross III:

Non-Football Dots

Will Plum go #1?

Catch the top-10 softball team at home this weekend:

Hosting the Seattle Women’s Pro Team tomorrow night:

Baseball in LA for 3 games against UCLA. Sorry, No TV

Saturday and Sunday men’s golf is in Santa Cruz, CA for their final tournament before the Pac-12 Championships begin April 28 in Boulder, CO.

Women’s Golf in action this weekend in Tempe, AZ. Live scoring can be found on golfstat.com

Rowing in Oregon this weekend:

Tennis: Men in Arizona, Women host UA & ASU

Introducing the Beach Volleyball squad:

Huskies will send a team of four consisting of Mai-Loni Henson, Amber Melgoza, Natalie Romeo and Deja Strother:

Retro Dot

18 years old... dropping dimes: