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- The Oregonian wonders if Jonathan Smith’s inside knowledge of Jake Browning and the Huskies can be an advantage for the Beavers on Saturday.
- Adam Jude also talks Smith and what Husky players expect to see.
Jude visits with Myles Gaskin in his latest podcast:
Podcast of Champions looks at week 12:
It's FINALLY here! New Podcast of Champions episode breaking down the #Pac12 week 11 results and previewing all the games from week 12. Listen here: https://t.co/k34X6BY6of pic.twitter.com/FrXFjdRxcr— PodcastOfChampions (@Pac12Podcast) November 15, 2018
Harris a possible Rimington Trophy finalist:
Led up front by Junior center Nick Harris, @UW_Football is averaging nearly 410 yards of offense per game. #RimingtonWatchlist pic.twitter.com/3QxTIxnRXR— Rimington Trophy (@rimingtontrophy) November 14, 2018
Will Saturday mark the return of the big play for the Dawgs?
Oregon State's defense has.... struggled.— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) November 15, 2018
They've given up 22 plays of 40+ yds, and at least one in every game.
For context, UW has allowed just ONE play of 40+.
In fact, UW has only allowed 24 plays of TWENTY yards or more.
Big game for Gaskin this weekend.#GoHuskies
Why is Cal the #1 team with no chance?? Oh yeah, the alphabet:
Probability of Winning 2018 Pac-12 Title per Updated (11/14) ESPN FPI— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) November 15, 2018
1. Washington, 33.6%
2. Utah, 32.2%
3. WSU, 24.6%
4. ASU, 9.2%
5. Arizona, 0.4%
6. Cal, 0.0%
Mike Hopkins added a pair of guards to the 2019 recruiting class
✍️ RaeQuan Battle is a Husky.— Washington Men's Basketball (@UW_MBB) November 14, 2018
Welcome to the family, @RaeQuanBattle.#NSD18 // #TougherTogether pic.twitter.com/VaK4o0YVx2
✍️ Marcus Tsohonis is a Husky.— Washington Men's Basketball (@UW_MBB) November 15, 2018
Welcome to the family, @MmayesTsohonis.#NSD18 // #TougherTogether pic.twitter.com/JwMVuQzCdD
- Dawgman breaks down the two new Husky guards.
- Percy Allen says Hopkins is halfway home with the 2019 recruiting class, with a couple very big targets still on the board.
The UW Graduation Success Rate climbed to its highest ever.
Five signees for UW Baseball:
The Huskies have been consistently sending catchers to the pro ranks over the years. John Tincher from Sylmar, Calif., and Birmingham HS hopes to the be the next in the legacy. Welcome to the Husky family!#DaWgStrong pic.twitter.com/8MXRmQVy5E— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) November 15, 2018
Please welcome infielder Christian Dicochea out of Redondo Union HS to the UW. Dico is already two-time All-Bay League and is now a future Dawg with dreams of going to Omaha! #DaWgStrong pic.twitter.com/hbT04FQxtg— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) November 15, 2018
Cole Miller was a force on the football field for Mercer Island this fall, but we can't wait to watch him run routes in the outfield, tracking down balls at Husky Ballpark next year. Congrats on signing your LOI today!#DaWgStrong pic.twitter.com/082tfnaofG— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) November 15, 2018
Congrats to outfielder/infielder Jonah Paez from Claremont HS on joining the 2019 UW signing class. Expect big things from his left-handed bat once he arrives on Montlake! #DaWgStrong pic.twitter.com/hLbR76lCaZ— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) November 15, 2018
Mike Schreiber out of Torrey Pines HS will follow in his dad's footsteps and don the Purple and the Gold on the Diamond in 2019. Congrats on signing your LOI and continuing the Husky legacy, Mike!#DaWgStrong pic.twitter.com/CXqUfWeFEa— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) November 15, 2018
Volleyball adds a top 10 Middle Blocker:
Finally.. it’s official after almost 4 years :’) @UWVolleyball pic.twitter.com/Bl639YSRYt— Sophie Summers (@skyesummerss) November 15, 2018
Women’s Basketball adds a pair of three star recruits:
Nia Lowery is in ✍— Washington Women’s Basketball (@UW_WBB) November 15, 2018
We're so excited to welcome you to our Husky Family, @SAGGEEEE_!#NSD18 // #GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/Jq6bUOJyKX
Ali Bamberger is in ✍— Washington Women’s Basketball (@UW_WBB) November 14, 2018
We're so excited to welcome you to our Husky Family, @ali_bamberger!#NSD18 // #GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/7gd8ilvQO2