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- Dennis Dodd writes that the Pac-12 has taken over the mantle from the Big 12 of conference least likely to survive in realignment. Could Larry Scott really be presiding over the death of the Pac-12?
- Jon Wilner has his last installment discussing the conference’s finances.
- The conference rotations for football for the next 8 years are out and Washington will miss Arizona State and UCLA in 2019/2020.
- Linebacker Camilo Eifler announced yesterday that he’s transferring from the University of Washington. Eifler was a very highly touted recruit but his superior athleticism hasn’t translated to results on the field yet. Adam Jude writes that he was unlikely to crack the two-deep come the fall.
- Chico McClatcher could be the hidden gem for Washington if he comes back fully healthy.
- It’s a subscriber only article ($) but I highly recommend checking out Dawgman’s series on each team in the Pac-12 with anonymous quotes from scouts based on what they saw this spring. Today they released USC but yesterday’s on Chip Kelly and UCLA suggests he may be in over his head in Westwood.
- Brandon Huffman spoke with ($) 5-star and #3 overall 2020 prospect DE/OLB Sav’ell Smalls from Garfield about his recruitment. It sounds like Washington is the only school in the country not to stop by Garfield this spring but Smalls is in frequent contact with the coaches. Former UW assistant and current Alabama assistant Tosh Lupoi was in Seattle to see him last week.
- Wait, you think I’m intentionally only posting this one and not the win totals for the 2000’s? Psssh. That’s ridiculous. I just didn’t see that one.
Pac-12 Football - Total Wins in 1990s— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) May 16, 2018
1. Colorado, 87
2. Washington, 82
3. Arizona, 71
5. Oregon, 70
6. UCLA, 69
7. USC, 68
8. ASU, 62
9. Stanford, 60
10. Cal, 55
11. WSU, 53
12. OSU, 29
The Washington CB duo of Jordan Miller & Byron Murphy return to anchor the Huskies secondary pic.twitter.com/omVaabQlRK— PFF College (@PFF_College) May 14, 2018
- New Husky offer for 2019 Raequan Battle talks with rivals’ Corey Evans about his recruitment. Hadn’t realized that he’s cousins with recently transferred Michael Carter III which may or may not influence his decision. UW is his only offer right now but both Houston and Oklahoma have been in touch.
- Husky softball legend Danielle Lawrie is hoping to make the olympics with team Canada in 2020.
- The Husky baseball team was stunned by Portland in their final non-conference game of the year.