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- This week on The Chris Petersen Show, the coach talks about walk ons, the improvement of the defensive line, and more. Assistant coach Will Harris and defensive back Elijah Molden also join Tony Castricone.
- Mike Vorel from The Seattle Times opens his mailbag, and tackles things like a crowded RB room, and who might be burning redshirts.
- Alex Dietz from The Daily says we should see a youth movement in full swing over the next two games, and beyond.
- Head Coach Mike Hopkins and sophomore point guard Quade Green met with the media Thursday.
- Lauren Kirschman from The News Tribune also talks to Quade Green, who switched his number from 0 to 55 as a way to remind him to “Get back to being myself.”
Preview for Tonight’s game, 8PM:
First look at Washington Huskies' next opponent: Big Sky MVP contender Sayeed Pridgett powers Montana, which is reeling after stunning defeat to NAIA's Montana Tech. https://t.co/6sariloo4R pic.twitter.com/1KNkOZoySb— Percy Allen (@percyallen) November 21, 2019
Men’s soccer poised for post-season:
Player of the Year ✔️— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) November 21, 2019
Defensive Player of the Year ✔️
Coach of the Year ✔️@UW_MSoccer was well represented on the Pac-12's all-conference awards list.
More info: https://t.co/7QPPjKVZQ0#GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/lZK0IoHLm6
Ladies as well...
Track ready for NCAA’s:
#DawgsDaily: With his victory at last Friday's NCAA West Region Championships, @UWTrack's Andrew Jordan became the first Husky men's cross country runner to earn USTFCCCA West Region Athlete of the Year honors.#GoHuskies— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) November 21, 2019