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- Christian Caple at The Athletic ($) finishes his preview of a projected 2019 depth chart by looking at the defense and special teams.
- Husky Stadium made 247’s list of the 10 toughest places to play this past season.
Longest Active P5 Home Winning Streaks Entering 2019:— WestCoastCFB (@WestcoastCfb) January 14, 2019
1. Alabama - 26
2. Clemson - 15
3. Washington - 14
4. Ohio State - 13
4. Georgia - 13
6. Notre Dame - 11
7. Oklahoma - 10
8. Michigan - 7
- Some updates on the 247 insider board ($) on recruiting for several UW targets who have arrived for the Poly Bowl this week.
Just found out that Julius Buelow (@XxAsi_808xX) got a waiver to play in the Polynesian Bowl, so he will be playing Saturday. Miki Ah You will also be coming back for the game but won't play due to injury. #Dawgman @UW_Football— Chris Fetters (@Chris_Fetters) January 14, 2019
- Vote for your favorite plays of the year:
All the from 2018.— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) January 14, 2019
Vote for your @UW_Football Top Plays ⬇️
Defensive Plays: https://t.co/nm31kMUp5V
Catches: https://t.co/UmMpAIIDqq#PurpleReign // #GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/FjwwGrKNuD
- The Huskies are in the bracket as a #11 seed playing N.C State in the first round in Jerry Palm’s latest bracketology for CBS Sports.
- They’re a #10 seed playing Indiana in the first round in Joe Lunardi’s mock bracket for ESPN.
- David Crisp joins Softy to talk about the changes he’s made to spark his brilliant start to conference play and give a preview of next year’s PG Quade Green who has added a new dynamic to the scout team in practices.
- The Daily writes about one of the time honored traditions of the Dawg Pack. Good memories.
- Walk-on Jason Crandall talks about the work that he put in to go from manager to fulfilling a life long dream as a member of the UW basketball team.
- Who would’ve guessed this?
Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion is the all-time winningest facility in NCAA DI men’s basketball history with 9⃣9⃣8⃣ victories.— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) January 15, 2019
Join us on Montlake as we prepare to celebrate a historic moment inside Hec Ed.
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