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- The Sporting News previews the Huskies, and wonders if Jake Browning can elevate his team the way he did in 2016.
- The Husky Haul says the Dawgs have plenty of reasons to be optimistic, and while Dante Pettis is gone, there are plenty of candidates to step up.
Good defense and QB who takes care of the ball are a recipe for wins (cue the noodle-arm game-manager comments):
How the Nation’s Top Defensive Coordinators stack up by Points Allowed Per Game from 2010-2017:— WestCoastCFB (@WestcoastCfb) February 22, 2018
Pete Kwiatkowski 18.56 PPG
Dave Aranda 19.44 PPG
Brent Venables 19.93 PPG
John Chavis 20.31 PPG
Don Brown 20.45 PPG@UW_Football @LSUfootball @ClemsonFB @UMichFootball
Spring practice just around the corner:
Azeem with a new Dream:
Sweet route. Nice throw too:
Dante Pettis vs Marlon Humphrey. Stem/Eyes inside attacks "short arm" forces CB to jump inside. Head/Shoulders/Hips inside before lateral outside burst. Hand usage at break creates separation and Stack CB to allow QB margin for error/no CB recovery. Tracks, re-adjusts path for TD pic.twitter.com/X7HxxtHjDJ— Brad Kelly (@BradKelly17) February 21, 2018
- The Daily has the recap of the Huskies 94-78 loss at Stanford, where UW came out flat and couldn’t recover.
First half shooting: UW 34%, Stanford 60%
- Mike Hopkins says Stanford was just the more aggressive team.
- Noah Dickerson was unable to stop Stanford forward Reid Travis, saying he just drove on the Huskies at will.
- The Daily’s Cody Tyo says the Huskies are running out of gas.
Great photo gallery from Wednesday’s 2-1 win over Texas:
First of four game series 6 PM tonight:
Top 25 matchup at Alaska Airlines Arena:
Begins today at noon, continues Saturday:
6-4 Men’s Tennis at home 4pm Saturday:
Quinten Pounds was the offense in high school: