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- On-field workouts began Friday morning at 6am for Offensive Linemen and Running Backs. Myles Gaskin and Kaleb McGary will be in action today.
Mason Foster has this advice for combine participants:
Good luck to all the young ballers at the combine, enjoy every second of it but most importantly please take a better picture than LB5 pic.twitter.com/szqLabXTQ2— Mason_Foster (@Mason_Foster) February 28, 2019
- Gaskin came back for his senior season, WSU’s James Williams chose to come out after his junior year. Bob Condotta has the story on both running back’s decisions.
Guess that shoulder has healed:
Top performers on bench press among running backs:— NFL Draft (@NFLDraft) February 28, 2019
1) Alex Barnes, 34 reps
2) Jalin Moore, 27
3) Elijah Holyfield, 26
4) Rodney Anderson, 25
5) Myles Gaskin, 24#NFLCombine
@KalebMcgary— Washington Football (@UW_Football) March 1, 2019
“Fortunately I have a whole list of former Huskies in the league right now that I could talk to, and those guys have been very helpful whenever I’ve reached out.”#PurpleReign x #NFLCombine pic.twitter.com/lfxQpwKI8h
McGary’s pre-UW life was “basically a country song”
You think you've had it rough? Try comparing it to #Huskies OL Kaleb McGary's story, which began with his family losing its farm in the recession... wow. Pulling for him in the #NFLDraft @UW_Football pic.twitter.com/iQfxFPZUUH— Aaron Levine (@AaronQ13Fox) February 28, 2019
- The Husky men’s basketball team fell to Cal Thursday night. It was the Golden Bears first win since December 21. Mike Hopkins says the Dawgs didn’t have the chip on their shoulder that has become their trademark.
- Lauren Kirschman from The News Tribune talked to David Crisp, who says the Huskies “Didn’t respect the game.”
- The Daily has a game recap, and says the Huskies were lackadaisical.
- Despite the loss, UW clinched the Pac-12 title. Last night the Huskies were “outhuslted and out-toughed.” Percy Allen reports that there was no celebration.
The defense just wasn’t there last night. Cal shoots over 50% from behind the arc and commits only 11 turnovers:
FINAL STATS: David Crisp and Jaylen Nowell combine for 54 points - Crisp a career-high 32 - but it's not enough as UW loses to a Cal team 76-73 that had lost 22-straight in conference before Thursday night. Ouch. #Dawgman pic.twitter.com/TfsORxDxZ0— Dawgman.com (@Dawgman247) March 1, 2019
David Crisp had a career high 32 points and Jaylen Nowell reached a milestone:
Might as well just double down on our Berkeley misery: