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- Now that Virginia has won and the nets have been cut, ESPN has the Huskies 16th in their way too early top-25 partially under the assumption that Washington lands uncommitted 5-star target Jaden McDaniels.
- However they don’t have much organizational synergy because Joe Lunardi doesn’t have the Huskies among the three Pac-12 teams in his projected tourney field for next year.
- Jon Wilner includes Washington as one of the two Pac-12 schools in his way too early top-25 one spot behind the team the Huskies blew out in the 1st round of the NCAA tournament.
- The Dawgs also crack Seth Davis’ way too early top-25 at The Athletic with the caveat that adding McDaniels could move them up another 5-10 spots even with Nowell leaving.
- Andy Katz has the Huskies 32nd in his Power 36 for next year but has Oregon a ridiculous 3rd.
- Finally, Sports Illustrated puts Washington at 17th in their top-25.
New season starts NOW. #TougherTogether pic.twitter.com/U72Z41bWZZ— Washington Men's Basketball (@UW_MBB) April 9, 2019
Pac-12 in @CaesarsPalace Odds to Win 2020 NCAA Basketball Championship— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) April 9, 2019
- Arizona, 25/1
- Oregon, 30/1
- ASU, 100/1
- UCLA, 100/1
- USC, 100/1
- Washington, 100/1
- Colorado, 300/1
- Utah, 500/1
- OSU, 1000/1
- Stanford, 1000/1
Cal, WSU, no line.
Can’t Lie, Bein In This Video For Just That Split Second Gave Me Chills. Dreamed Of Being Apart Of This— David Crisp (@David_Crisp31) April 9, 2019
- If you feel like you’re underpaid at your current job, just tell UCLA that you’re an average to good men’s basketball coach and it will give you the leverage to get a substantial raise.
- Christian Caple at The Athletic has his Spring Practice Day 4 report.
- So does Mike Vorel at the Seattle Times.
- The Dawgman guys have a podcast with their thoughts from Day 4 in which they think the defense definitively won.
- Matt Calkins at the Times asks if Coach Pete has the tools to turn around the worst offense of his tenure?
- Trey Adams is trying to block out the noise and return to the form that saw him as a potential early 1st round NFL Draft pick.
- I may be stealing Gabey’s thunder for an article coming out later today but this is an amazingly in-depth look at how not doing your NFL Draft research properly could give people the wrong opinion about a prospect such as UW’s Kaleb McGary. Great read.
- Jake Haener had a nice touchdown throw to Austin Osborne in the 11v11 scrimmage period.
➡️ #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/DwSukO2OZX— Washington Football (@UW_Football) April 8, 2019
- Dawgman’s Scott Eklund has a Recruiting Blog ($) update with more info on additional TE targets now that Mark Redman is in the boat plus who will be the next Woof?
The Huskies make their 3-run first inning stand and win 3-2 to snap a 7-game skid! Dawgs will travel to Stanford next.#DaWgStrong pic.twitter.com/0Gt4ArlqKR— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) April 9, 2019
Hey, I know that guy!
Fun times in early 80’s on @Bucks road trip. This is part of a feature I produced for local NBC TV in MKE... pic.twitter.com/nh1YcCFbKJ— Marques Johnson (@olskool888) April 8, 2019