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- The Saturday Blitz’s Andrew Miller writes something most of us already suspect: The Huskies have one of the top secondaries in the country.
- Ryan Clark of The New Tribune features the UW defensive line, anchored by Greg Gaines.
- Spring Practice #6 gets underway this morning. Check out the photo gallery from Day #5, and the video below:
Jake Frowning always a hit on twitter:
If you don’t You don’t— Jake Browning's Ego (@JakeFrowning) April 6, 2018
love me at deserve me
my at my pic.twitter.com/onKRzsPrR1
aaaaaaaannnnnnd now my brain officially hurts:
10 FBS off over last 3 yrs that ran highest % of efficient plays: @OU_Football @OhioStateFB @ClemsonFB @UW_Football @AuburnFootball @WSUCougFB @TexasTechFB @HailStateFB @RazorbackFB @USC_Athletics. Of these, @OU_Football & @UW_Football only 2 in top 10 in highest % of great plays— SportSourceAnalytics (@SportSourceA) April 5, 2018
Can we please get some nice weather for this thing? Probably not.
Vita Vea to attend the draft. Think he can just grab a suit off the rack?
Players confirmed to attend this year’s NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium: pic.twitter.com/XrL48HJEXm— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) April 5, 2018
Looks like Vea’s former coach will be in Arlington to congratulate him:
We are expecting an all-star cast of college coaches at the draft to see the coronation of their star players being drafted into the NFL. List includes but not limited to Nick Saban, Chris Petersen, Urban Meyer, Tom Herman, Frank Wilson, Dave Doeren, Clay Helton and Scott Frost.— Gil Brandt (@Gil_Brandt) April 5, 2018
- A 49ers site explains why San Francisco should NOT draft Vea.
Joining the stacked UW QB room in 2019:
Top-10 D-Tackle from Arizona:
In fairness, anybody COULD...
Multi-sport athlete has battled back from a torn UCL:
Husky Baseball kicks off eight-game home stand with three games in two days vs #11 East Carolina:
#8 ranked UW gymnastics hoping to make the schoool’s first ever “Super Six.”
The 6-6 Beach Volleyballer’s will face some stiff competition in Waikiki this weekend:
Men’s tennis (10-9, 0-3) looking for first Pac-12 wins vs the Arizona schools at home this weekend:
Women’s tennis (12-8, 2-3) on the road for the final time this season:
Several Huskies trying to qualify for NCAA regionals:
Men’s crew hosts Oregon St. & Stanford at 4pm today:
Who doesn’t love it when little guys throw it down?