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- Dawgman’s Scott Eklund wonders if you can make a case for Hunter Bryant as the best tight end in college football.
More Q&A from the Times’ Mike Vorel:
Bryant specifically emphasized trying to become a better blocker this spring. But Otton, Kizer and Culp provide great depth there. Expect to see a lot of Bryant and Otton on the field together. https://t.co/QrTUGoFoPJ— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) May 31, 2019
Chris Fetters breaks down the early football schedule release. Below is what we know about the UW schedule so far:
With offers from Alabama, Ohio State, Florida and Penn State, the Eastside Catholic running back would be a huge get for the Huskies:
- Husky Softball lost in extra innings Thursday, falling 3-1 to Arizona in the first game of the WCWS. The Huskies face Minnesota on Saturday at 9:00am in an elimination game.
- Senior pitcher Taran Alvelo says the loss is already behind this team, and stresses that “It’s not over for us.”
UW now has to fight their way through the loser’s bracket:
Thrilling moment when Sami Reynolds tied the game in the eighth inning:
Cerrillo carries a .305 batting average and 3.69 cumulative grade point average as a Public and Environmental Health major:
What a day for the Huskies! @MasonCerrillo was named the Pac-12 Scholar Athlete of the Year, the second UW baseball player to earn the honor!— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) May 30, 2019
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Former Husky Ben Davidson: “All we need is one pin, Rodney.”