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- Mike Vorel of The Seattle Times has details on the Huskies’ two newest scholarship players, defensive linemen John Clark and Josiah Bronson.
- ICYMI, Vorel has five predictions and five questions from Husky Spring football.
- Minnesota’s 24/7 site looks at the Vikings backup QB situation, and wonders what the team sees in UFA Jake Browning.
The two schools at the bottom do just fine with their selective process, while Oregon shouts out offers from moving vehicles:
Recruiting offers extended by Pac-12 football programs to Class of 2020 players as of May 2— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) May 2, 2019
1. Oregon, 237
2. Colorado, 234
3. ASU, 189
4. Arizona, 183
5. Utah, 157
6. WSU, 133
7. OSU, 115
8. USC, 110
9. Cal, 106
10. UCLA, 91
11. Washington, 57
12. Stanford, 42
All eight draftees:
The CFL has a draft too:
Too early to tailgate?
UW among the 14:
Two more conference games added to the schedule in 2020:
The two additional conference games will take place in the months of November and December with strong preference for weekend dates when students are on campus.https://t.co/EsAWt8FB3g— Lauren Kirschman (@laurenkirschman) May 2, 2019
10th seeded UW is in the NCAA tournament for the first time in 16 years:
All right @UWDawgPack, we need you on Friday! We are opening the NCAA Tournament at home against Army at 5:00 p.m.! It's free, it's on campus and if we get 50 DawgPack members, we'll give you all free pizza! Come on out!!!#GoHuskies // #BetterTogether pic.twitter.com/WNW2BRrzMv— Washington Women's Tennis (@UW_WTennis) May 2, 2019
A week from Saturday:
Ken Shannon Invitational at the Husky Outdoor Track on Saturday: