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- Cincy Jungle features Vita Vea, and wonders if the Bengals will draft Huskies who tweaked hamstrings at the combine two years in a row.
- NBC Montana talks Will Dissly’s combine numbers. Dissly excelled in the agility drills, and we all know how well he can block.
- Still gimpy from his ankle injury in the Apple Cup, Dante Pettis will sit out UW’s pro day.
- 4-Star WR and incoming freshman Austin Osborne has added 15 pounds and will be taking part in spring football practice.
- ESPN’s Mitch Sherman includes the Huskies as one of five teams generating the most excitement as spring ball approaches.
Getting ready for spring and what could be a great 2018 season:
Larry Scott always full of great news:
Scott: not much more that can be done about night games before new Tier 1 contracts— Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) March 9, 2018
- The Dawgman guys discuss the Men’s basketball season and upcoming football pro day in their podcast.
- From the “Meh” file, Percy Allen rounds up some NIT projections.
Future Husky is the Nevada State Player of the Year:
There is a lot of Dejounte Murray in this kid’s game (and hair):
Reportedly his next project is a life-size Jontay & Michael Porter Jr. mural above Chris Landon’s bed:
Local artist Alex Forster painting @UW_MBB hallway for @UWAthletics. Excited to continue to incorporate his incredible talent around our facilities. This is Washington. #GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/IuEFSyjuys— Philip Allman (@PhilipAllman) March 8, 2018
Yesterday was International Women’s Day. Here’s to some of the finest athletes and competitors at UW:
23-0... and playing five games in three days this weekend:
First of two remaining regular season matches tonight at Alaska Airlines Arena:
Could become the best pole vaulter in UW history:
The Pac-12 season didn’t end as we hoped, but Mike Hopkins is a gem: