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- Joe Lunardi’s most recent bracketology has UW as a #7 seed playing Seton Hall with the potential to play #2 Michigan State, which is really struggling with injuries.
- Jerry Palm at CBS still has the Huskies as a #8 seed in Salt Lake City.
- The Huskies are in the ‘others receiving votes’ in both the AP Poll (29th) and the Coaches Poll (26th).
- Maybe you love them, maybe you hate them but The Athletic ($) has a behind-the-scenes look of what it’s like on Gameday with Bill Walton and Dave Pasch.
- Cougcenter had an...interesting way of interpreting Washington’s victory over WSU on Saturday night in their recap headline.
Combined 2018-19 Football and Basketball Records through 2/18— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) February 18, 2019
1. Washington, 30-9
2. ASU, 24-14
4. Stanford, 23-15
5. Utah, 23-16
6. Colorado, 21-16
7. WSU, 21-17
8. Arizona, 19-19
11. UCLA, 16-22
12. Cal, 12-26
- The Draft Network has an updated mock draft with a Husky cracking the Top 5.
- Mel Kiper’s updated mock draft has that same Husky in the first round to the same team, just substantially later.
- Kim Grinolds at Dawgman interviewed several Huskies who participated in FSP’s mock combine this weekend. Check out ones with JoJo McIntosh, Myles Gaskin, and Ben Burr-Kirven.
- Scott Eklund of Dawgman ($) profiled all running backs from the state of Washington who have had success for the Huskies, with local Salvon Ahmed set to take over the reins at the position.
- The Huskies haven’t yet offered 4-star 2020 safety Zion Alefosio out of Villa Park, California, but if the offer does come he says in this interview with Greg Biggins that he might commit on the spot.
Pac-12 Football - Single-Season Leaders in Solo Tackles— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) February 18, 2019
1. Mason Foster, UW, 106, 2010
2. Eric Kendricks, UCLA, 101, 2014
3. Scooby Wright, UA, 100, 2014
4. Ben Burr-Kirven, UW, 94, 2018
5. Jordan Kunaszyk, Cal, 92, 2018 pic.twitter.com/PWLJNiShKU