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- A 4-star WR from Orem, UT talks about his recent offer from the Huskies. 6’2” Puka Nacua was hoping one would come from the Dawgs, and was excited when Matt Lubick offered.
- WSAU in Wisconsin ranks the top 25 running backs in college football. Myles Gaskin checks in at #6.
How long does it take to sign “Tevita Tuliʻakiʻono Tuipulotu Mosese Vaʻhae Fehoko Faletau Vita Vea?”
Two mean-looking dudes. The one on the right is a future Husky:
- Athlon ranks the Huskies #1 in the Pac 12 and #8 overall. Here’s their breakdown on UW.
Tony’s got his:
Look what I found today!— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) May 25, 2018
7 @UW_Football Huskies make 1st Team All-@pac12 preseason:
RB Myles Gaskin
OL Trey Adams
OL Kaleb McGary
DL Greg Gaines
LB Ben Burr-Kirven
CB Byron Murphy
S Taylor Rapp
Gaskin, Murphy and Rapp named @AthlonSports 1st team ALL-AMERICANS.#PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/Q9PJKYLjz7
Husky baseball (29-22, 19-9) takes down the Pac-12 leaders 7-0 in game one of the weekend series. Should be enough to get the Dawgs into the post season:
#5 Husky softball swept through their Regional, but so did #12 Alabama, winning three games by a combined score of 23-1.
UW and Alabama softball know each other very well.— Seattle Times Sports (@SeaTimesSports) May 24, 2018
But Gabbie Plain could be a difference-maker for the Huskies in Super Regionals this weekendhttps://t.co/jPNDkd4c6Y
- Is Alabama looking for revenge after losing twice to the Huskies nearly three months ago?
UW Rowing double-dips on coach of the year honors:
- Rowing also earned several All-Pac 12 honors: Check out the men here, and the women here, including Athlete of the Year winner Brooke Mooney.
Season ends for Tennis:
Pretty nice video quality for 1979. Huskies would lose this 26-14. The announcers are the Pittsburgh radio crew, so there are some funny mispronunciations (who can forget Paul Skanski?):