Happy Tuesday everyone. Here’s some dots:
- Last night, three star DT Noa Ngalu committed and I for one didn’t realize it was allowed for us to have DT commitments before, I dunno, December of this year. Isn’t that how it works? Anyways, here’s The Times’ take on his commitment, The News Tribune’s take, and Ngalu’s hometown paper’s thoughts.
- I hang out with my favorite Ducks (sorry, that’s the noise of me dry-heaving onto the keyboard) and we talk spring football, softball, and the Oregon Ducks’ true football rival. (Hint: no, it’s not OSU or UW, and also it’s definitely a cult located in SW Portland.) Also, which brand of English muffin is the best.
- Jacob Eason talks his decision-making process behind the transfer.
- A Washington commit with a .741 average and 1.666 slugging percentage? Psh whatever I could do that.
- Fulmer Cup standings have been updated for April. Luckily, UW isn’t on it.
#Dawg weather much to the liking of @DubsUW and @UW_Football offensive linemen closing out spring practice. More at 3:23, 5:23 today #TalkingDawgs, #KOMOdawgs, @komonewsradio pic.twitter.com/o8o4TwVuyo— Bill Swartz (@sportwithswartz) April 17, 2018
One 2020 five-star defensive end is waiting on #Clemson and #OhioState before trimming his down and taking official visits next spring. #Washington is "definitely going to be one of my top schools no matter what."— Lars Hanson (@LarsHanson) April 16, 2018
Story: https://t.co/2xMFZz62mO pic.twitter.com/5jXbjeO9qm
Your daily reminder to not be a terrible person to other people and that not bullying a 19 year-old doesn’t make you less of a fan:
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.