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- Christian Caple from the Athletic ($) dives into some of Washington’s “What-ifs?” What if Chris Petersen took the USC job in 2013?
- UW 2020 commit Sawyer Racanelli tore his ACL during a scrimmage in June. The three-star WR will have reconstructive surgery and miss his senior season at Hockinson High School.
- Scott Eklund from Dawgman breaks down the Madden video game ratings for ten former UW players. Desmond Trufant still leads the way.
- Chris Fetters looks at some bounce back candidates for the Huskies in 2019.
Senior Aaron Fuller makes the Biletnikoff watch list. Click the link below to see all the watch lists for 2019:
Another day, another watch list.— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) July 18, 2019
6️⃣ #Pac12FB receivers made the @biletnikoffawrd Preseason Watch List ➡️https://t.co/53MtudnFaw pic.twitter.com/RlaFdchXSt
Two non-household names moving on from UW:
Two @UW_Football players have entered their name in the Transfer Portal... https://t.co/Mj8PF41ihr. pic.twitter.com/bzcjoYdMRh— Dawgman.com (@Dawgman247) July 18, 2019
This is from a few months ago, but worth watching:
This interview is so beautiful and worth every minute. This guy is an ace. If you haven't seen it, you should watch it.— Dennis DeYoung (@Dennis_BDTW) July 18, 2019
We're really blessed to have Pete.https://t.co/nQ1VbEbuDe
I’ll watch this shit for sure:
Jeremy Schaap: "When people write the Mike Leach obituary, how do you want to be remembered?"— Theo Lawson (@TheoLawson_SR) July 18, 2019
Mike Leach: "Well that's their problem ... what do I care, I'm dead."
I get the sense this Mike Leach E:60 feature (Sunday, 6 a.m. PT, ESPN) will be pretty good. pic.twitter.com/91zEUibhw0
Kelsey Plum and Sami Whitcomb will go at it Friday night at AA Arena:
In her final regular-season game at Alaska Airlines Arena, @Kelseyplum10 dropped a career-high 57 points including this bucket to make her the NCAA all-time leading scorer.— Washington Women’s Basketball (@UW_WBB) July 18, 2019
She returns home Friday as the @LVAces face the @SeattleStorm at 7pm.#GoHuskies // #ProDawgs // #TBT pic.twitter.com/C5IPvjMWP2
Stewart is a man already:
Tony Wroten and McDonald's All American Isaiah Stewart got busy @TheCrawsover @Dreamville_33 @TWroten_LOE pic.twitter.com/3x42kaTIHI— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) July 17, 2019
Thybulle world tour:
Huge thanks to former @UW_MBB star and current @sixers guard @MatisseThybulle for leading us in Scarves Up last night! #SEAvBVB pic.twitter.com/IkgzWiCm4a— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) July 18, 2019
From last week. Thybulle still long, can still shoot standstill threes: