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Friday Dots: Coach Pete to lead Huskies one last time, but his impact will continue to resonate

Chris Petersen a man of legendary character

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If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning Washington Huskies athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, follow the official UW Dawg Pound Twitter account and — although he’s no longer with the DawgPound staff — Ryan Priest still has the best damn lists of UW’s beat reporters, Washington athletes, and Washington coaches, To the Dots!


Football Dots

  • This Idaho Statesman article spotlights the impact UW Offensive Line coach Scott Huff had at Boise State, where he coached for 11 years.


Dawgman coverage:

Vegas Bowl:

Details on each of the 23 new Dawgs:


In Las Veags? Go watch Sam Adams II tote the football tonight:


So happy for these guys that they aren’t hitting White Spot in El Paso this week:


Feeling OK about this Jimmy Lake dude:


Interview and Garbers highlights in the link below:


Congrats to these 20 Huskies on their 3.3 or above GPA:

Listed below, alphabetically, are the UW football team’s 2019 Fall Academic Roll honorees:

Salvon Ahmed, Jr., TB, Kirkland, Wash., Education, Communities and Organizations

Zechariah Brown, So., DB, Seattle, Wash., Business Administration

Devin Culp, RS-Fr., TE, Spokane, Wash., Education Communities and Organizations

Kyler Gordon, RS-Fr. DB, Mukilteo, Wash., Pre-Major

Peyton Henry, So., PK, Danville, Calif., Communication

Ben Hines, RS-Fr., LB, Snohomish, Wash., Pre-Major

Julius Irvin, RS-Fr. DB, Anaheim, Calif., Pre-Major

Ty Jones, So., WR, Provo, Utah, Political Science

Jaxson Kirkland, So., OL, Portland, Ore., Communication

Elijah Molden, Jr., DB, West Linn, Ore., Communication

Austin Osborne, RS-Fr., WR, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., Pre-Major

Race Porter, Jr., P, Seattle, Wash., Comparative History of Ideas

David Pritchard, RS-Fr., WR, Renton, Wash., Pre-Major

Myles Rice, Jr., OLB, Houston, Texas, American Ethnic Studies; Interdisciplinary Visual Arts

Jackson Sirmon, RS-Fr., LB, Brentwood, Tenn., Pre-Major

Jacob Sirmon, RS-Fr., QB, Bothell, Wash., Communication

Van Soderberg, Jr., PK, Olympia, Wash., International Studies

Sam Taimani, RS-Fr., DL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Pre-Major

Edefuan Ulofoshio, RS-Fr., LB, Anchorage, Alaska, Pre-Major

Jack Westover, RS-Fr., TE, Bellevue, Wash., Pre-Major


Misc Dots


Four year Dawg, budding NBA star:


Men’s Hoops off to Hawaii, play Ball State on Sunday at 6:30pm (ESPN 2):


Stanford has won this every year since 1994:


Bajema 1st Team, Powell 3rd Team All-Americans:


Retro Dot

Let’s get a better result this year: