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Softy and Dick Fain talk to Jake Browning:
“I feel like I’m appreciated and respected in that locker room. Everybody else can pound sand.” Great chat with Jake Browning today on the show. Gets into how he handled some of the criticism around the 9:00 mark: https://t.co/M3mMfb7WXU— Dave Softy Mahler (@Softykjr) January 24, 2019
Huskies well represented in Polynesian Bowl, where Kyler Gordon was MVP last year:
Get paid, guys:
North team winners on day three:— Jake Schyvinck (@JakeNFLDraft) January 24, 2019
WR Terry McLaurin
TE Drew Sample
OT Chuma Edoga
OL Dalton Risner
OL Kaleb McGary
DL Renell Wren
OL Chris Lindstrom
OL Beau Benzschawel#SeniorBowl
Chris Lindstrom is going to be a Day 1 starter at guard next year. Gaines treated him like a tackling dummy pic.twitter.com/iZxx53zial— Mike Renner (@PFF_Mike) January 25, 2019
Is it too early to get excited about Eason? Nope:
- The Husky men took down Oregon Thursday night to improve to 6-0 in Pac-12 play. Percy Allen says it was a defensive struggle with some questionable officiating.
- Lauren Kirschman from the News Tribune talked to David Crisp and Jaylen Nowell after the game. Nowell was fouled shooting a 35-footer with under two seconds left, and says as soon as he heard the whistle he knew the game was over.
Nowell shot those FT like he was going to make 100 in a row:
Jaylen Nowell. A short story:— Washington Men's Basketball (@UW_MBB) January 25, 2019
Shoots a 3 with 1.6 seconds left.
Goes to the line to shoot 3 FTs.
Makes the first one.
Makes the second one.
Makes the third one!#TougherTogether pic.twitter.com/bgieDChG6u
- Christopher Angkico from The Daily says it was a game of momentum swings.
19 turnovers for each team:
Dickerson was in double figures on 5-5 shooting last night:
What's wrong with Noah Dickerson? Not a thing, but he's attracting extra defensive attention that's decreased his stats and created scoring opportunities for others . https://t.co/UvuLfC7dKH pic.twitter.com/XsbSEZl3BF— Percy Allen (@percyallen) January 25, 2019
Could Coach Hop land both of these guys?
Playing in Europe, former Husky Tony Wroten with 25 assists in 28 minutes:
Three years ago in Corvallis: