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- The Daily looks at a banged up Husky squad, and says the team’s depth will be tested against Colorado.
- Adam Jude writes that UW is still in great position to win the Pac-12 North.
- The Associated Press quickly previews the UW/CU matchup.
- Athlon Sports looks at both teams, and likes the Dawgs by two touchdowns.
- CU Independent has a Q&A with Josh Kirshenbaum from The Daily.
- Adam Jude breaks down the game, and says injuries are the biggest story.
Dawgman gameweek content:
- Chris Petersen Thursday with the media
- Converstation with Bush Hamdan
- By The Numbers
- Sean McGrew on his increased role
Husky Gameday schedule:
Fultz looking to rebound from injury:
Markelle Fultz hit his first career three and Philly loved it pic.twitter.com/Fao4QVxm0G— ESPN (@espn) October 19, 2018
Huskies on national radar:
Thank you to the @Hoophall for recognizing the hard work these guys have put into the game. Proud to coach them and ready to get the season started! #GoHuskies #TougherTogether pic.twitter.com/UxFLFrnItC— Coach Mike Hopkins (@Coach_Hopkins) October 18, 2018
Men’s soccer improves to 8-6 overall:
Women’s soccer loses their fourth straight game and falls to 7-7-1:
Women’s basketball looking to improve on 7-23 record:
On the front page of @thedaily website: the @UW_WBB team looks forward to the 2018-19 season after a tough situation last year. Read up on how the players feel much more comfortable and confident in Jody Wynn's second season at the helm:https://t.co/pynwbamZpE— Alec Dietz (@AlecDietz) October 18, 2018
The 2018 class includes Lawrie, Brandon Roy, Mark Brunell, among others. Ceremony is Sunday, 4:00pm at Alaska Airlines Arena:
Love the dynamic commentary: