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- High profile QBs, blue blood programs, and the NCAA Transfer Portal...it’s all got one Georgia fan thinking about UW’s Jacob Eason.
- Do the Redskins need to draft Kaleb McGary to save their OL? They provide an in depth scouting report.
- Here’s Sports Talk Line with a few scouting notes on McGary.
- More McGary:
Washington OT (58) Kaleb McGary, first play of the game vs Oregon. #NFLDraft pic.twitter.com/8Bu84pCgDO— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) February 13, 2019
- You’ve probably heard by now about Oregon DC Jim Leavitt leaving the program. John Canzano says it was always destined to end like this.
- Another in depth scouting report, this time on Myles Gaskin. Could you imagine Gaskin playing for the New York Giants?
- On this Valentine’s Day, I am reminded how IT made me fall in love with Husky Basketball. Welcome back Isaiah!
Great seeing @isaiahthomas back on the court tonight! #ProDawgs // #TougherTogether— Washington Men's Basketball (@UW_MBB) February 14, 2019
- Is there another player (besides Eason) on offense Husky fans are more excited to see?
The art of the one-handed catch by @UW_Football pic.twitter.com/QO651t27M5— Rose Bowl Game (@rosebowlgame) February 14, 2019
- Pacific Takes reviews the Spring QB battles set to take place in the Pac-12.
- Really fun article from Mike Vorel going through the superlatives for the 2019 recruiting class.
- Percy Allen looks at the Pac-12 basketball landscape and sees who is worthy of the NCAA Tournament.
- Hello Mr. Chriss. That’s back-to-back strong games for the former Dawg. He had 23 points, 7 boards, and 2 steals last night:
MY GOODNESS, MARQUESE CHRISS. pic.twitter.com/G6eC12ZRYf— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) February 14, 2019
- Matisse Thybulle is having a historic season defensively:
Zion Williamson and Matisse Thybulle are on pace to be two of just 20 players since the 1992-93 season that have averaged at least two steals and two blocks per game.— Andy Wittry (@AndyWittry) February 13, 2019
It's an elite group that includes Shane Battier, Nerlens Noel and Danny Granger.https://t.co/BQ4uA90L9C pic.twitter.com/q8qrDVBcEG