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- Leave it to our friends at Building the Dam to throw some shade at Oregon, ranking Justin Herbert below Jacob Eason and a Rainbow Warrior as the 4th best QB they will face this season.
- Athlon, on the other hand, is all about Herbert when it comes to their ranking of the top QB matchups in the Pac-12 for 2019.
- Dawgman’s Scott Eklund talks to the newest Husky, punter Triston Brown.
This video of UW punting commit Triston Brown is worth checking out. An onlooker loudly says, "Gosh, that's just a work of art," during one of the early punts. https://t.co/5plUlfpYOw— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) June 27, 2019
For those of you wondering “What’s Jake Locker up to these days?”
Legends Kickoff Luncheon is August 13th at Husky Stadium. Come hear Jake Locker speak about faith and football! Follow the link in our profile to register. pic.twitter.com/FIRpbe317h— Run To Win Outreach (@RunToWinCamps) June 28, 2019
Join us for our Legends Kick Off Luncheon on August 13th. Don't miss your opportunity to hear Husky Legend Jake Locker speak at Husky Stadium.— Run To Win Outreach (@RunToWinCamps) June 24, 2019
When: August 13th, 2019
Where: Club Husky
Cost: $54 Individual | $500 Table
Register at: https://t.co/SzcfVZCXeY pic.twitter.com/NRxR2i4JS4
A top corner has UW on his list:
Another future Husky QB in the Elite 11 finals:
Toss those Nikes in the trash come Monday:
UW's Adidas deal starts next Monday, July 1. https://t.co/p4sjaGeUMW— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) June 27, 2019
Utah, Oregon. Yup. Just keep picking someone other than UW. We’ll see:
The Ducks are picked to win the @Pac12 North by Street & Smith, Phil Steele and Lindy's.— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) June 27, 2019
This, in spite of having gone 11-16 in league play the last 3 years, going 4-12 in road games the last 3 years, and having to play at Stanford, UW and USC this year.
Something's gotta give!
Gaddy trying to work his way into the NBA:
Looks like former @UW_MBB point guard Abdul Gaddy will be on the @OrlandoMagic's summer league roster. Was with the OKC Blue last season and averaged 9.5 points and 7.4 assists per game. He reportedly was one of the final cuts to the Thunder's roster last season. pic.twitter.com/LwRZa8EJAX— Alec Dietz (@AlecDietz) June 28, 2019
Will Conroy joins a Phiadelphia 76ers podcast to talk Thybulle:
What will the new Adidas unis look like?