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- For whatever reason, the Huskies seem to have problems with Oregon State on the court. The first round probably keeps the Dawgs out of the NCAA Tournament, writes Percy Allen.
- There are still holes to fill offensively, but pretty much everyone comes back next year. Including Jaylen Nowell who will look to build on his strong freshman season. Also, if anyone wants to explain what an ORtg is, that would be cool.
Forgive me as I scour KenPom in the wake of tonight's loss.— Brian Bowsher (@brianbowsher) March 8, 2018
Jaylen is 1 of 6 freshmen in the top 7 conferences to post an ORtg >100 with a usage rate >26% of possessions. Impressive company:
- This ought to make many feel vindicated. Pac-12 refs do, in fact, call more fouls.
- Maybe former DB Tre Watson can find some NCAA loophole and help protect the rim for the Huskies next year:
- Spring football is almost upon us! The Huskies start practice on March 28th. Here’s the schedule for the rest of the conference.
- Want to see Husky Football players run around and stuff? Be at Dempsey this Saturday!
- I spy Jacob Sirmon! The 4-star local QB enrolled in January and will be participating in spring practice.
- Ferndale’s Geirean Hatchett is one of the top 2020 offensive tackles and has been blowing up recently with one major offer after another.
- Basically the same thing:
Unreleased Vita Vea footage pic.twitter.com/iMwZ1fJrCp— Not Robert Griffin (@Pseudo_RGIII) March 4, 2018
Vita is projected as a first round pick. Watch him get drafted on April 26th!