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- Lauren Smith from The News Tribune talked to Chico McClatcher, who says he is nearing 100% health.
- Deadspin previews the Huskies, and warns that if you don’t like hearing about the purple and gold, too bad. They think McClatcher is a difference maker, though I’m not sure they know how he gets his 18.5 yards per catch.
- Anonymous coaches give their take on each of the Top 25 teams. UW’s rival coach loves Jake Browning, Myles Gaskin, and a defense that makes things difficult without really disguising anything. Auburn’s got a fantastic defense and a QB with some issues.
- 247 Sports ranks the top positional groups in the country. More love for Jimmy Lake’s crew.
Adam Jude —with a voice beautifully suited to newspaper writing—has his latest Husky Headlines podcast up. As always, great content from Adam. If you’ve had enough Ale Kaho, skip to 16:30:
Sweet pick, not sure about the punt:
Picture day tomorrow. Forget Browning and Rapp, the line is short for Sean Vergara & Max Richmond:
Fans can check out @UW_Football practice and snag some photos with their favorite Dawgs at Husky Picture Day this Saturday, August 11, at 3:00 PM.— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) August 9, 2018
>> https://t.co/KpwJpGwGEV#PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/04OROnWS3E
- Sidney Jones gave fans a scare last night when he limped off the field, but it looks to just be a minor ankle sprain.
More Pro Dawgs:
Dante Pettis gets behind everyone:
Darrell Daniels dives into the endzone, is and is congratulated by Kasen Williams:
Joe Staley is “mik’d up” and giving it to Coleman Shelton:
- The UW track team is reportedly getting an infusion of four All-American distance runners who are following their old coaches to Montlake. Oh, side note: They are leaving the University of Oregon.
Volleyball and Men’s soccer gearing up for the season:
Joel McHale admits that Ernie Conwell is stronger than him: