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- Once thought to be a great college player who is too small for the NFL, Ben Burr-Kirven is changing the minds of pro scouts.
- BBK has been invited to Newport Beach, CA as one of four finalists for the Lott Impact Trophy. The nominees represent the qualities embodied by Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott – Integrity, Maturity, Performance, Academics, Community and Tenacity.
- The Oregonian has their final Pac-12 team grades with the two Washington schools earning an A- grade. Ken Goe admits he is grading on a curve.
Murphy, Rapp hoping for consensus All-American; BBK looking like a unanimous selection:
Does anyone east of Boulder even watch the Pac-12?
Developing talent is only part of it; recognizing talent is big as well:
Who develops talent best in the Pac-12?— Dennis_DeYoung (@Dennis_DY_UW) December 6, 2018
BEST: @UW_Football produces 333% more All Pac-12 Players than you'd expect based on recruiting.
WORST: @USC_FB produces only 56% of the All Pac-12 Players they should. pic.twitter.com/JPsFaJ8j9F
Cougs can improve on this number once that dome is built:
Pac-12 Football - Home Record over the Past Three Seasons— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) December 7, 2018
1. Washington, 19-1
2. WSU, 18-3
3. USC, 16-3
4. Stanford, 14-4
5. Oregon, 15-5
6. ASU, 14-5
7. Utah, 13-6
8. Colorado, 12-6
9. Cal, 12-7
10. UCLA, 11-8
11. Arizona, 11-9
12. OSU, 6-13
Could it be a former Husky (and Arizona Cardinal) being selected to the Pro Bowl as a special teamer two years in a row? (Budda Baker, 2017)
All my airport security interactions end in a fist bump:
This game was over by halftime: