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- The Huskies and Gonzaga have renewed their contract to continue their non-conference home-and-home series through 2024. This upcoming season had been the last one of the previous deal.
Series Extended. Huskies and Zags will face off yearly until 2024 with new contract extension.— Washington Men's Basketball (@UW_MBB) June 10, 2019
- The Seattle Times writes that there’s a chance that the series could become one of the staple rivalries in college basketball over the next few seasons.
- Former UW player and Seattle Rotary coach Jamaal Williams dishes on incoming Husky SG RaeQuan Battle who played under him for Rotary.
- Unfortunately, it being finals week for the students does not mean it’s the final week before football starts for the fans.
Good luck to all Dawgs taking finals this week #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/3YiXlf86hg— Washington Football (@UW_Football) June 10, 2019
- Dawgman continues their look at the incoming Husky freshmen from the point of view of their opponents with DB Kamren Fabiculanan.
Back with my brothers! #PurpleReign https://t.co/cbaf9fSWVQ— Byron Murphy JR (@byronmurphy) June 10, 2019
- Ali G not Indahouse? Former Washington commit Ali Gaye committed to LSU yesterday. He was unable to qualify at UW coming out of high school and instead went to Arizona Western followed by Garden City CC, where he was able to get up to LSU’s admission requirements.
- The Huskies missed out on a key recruiting target yesterday when Hawaiian OLB Nick Herbig committed to Wisconsin to try to become the next J.J. Watt.
- And the son of Billy Joe Hobert became the latest Husky alum’s progeny to join a UW rival when he committed to Wazzu yesterday after not receiving a UW offer.
- The Podcast of Champions picks every Pac-12 game for next season a little early...