If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning Washington Huskies athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, follow the official UW Dawg Pound Twitter account and — although he’s no longer with the DawgPound staff — Ryan Priest still has the best damn lists of UW’s beat reporters, Washington athletes, and Washington coaches, To the Dots!
- Maggie Vanoni from The Seattle Times features 5th year senior WR Quinten Pounds and details his resolve to keep fighting back from season-ending injuries. “I just can’t give up on my Dawgs out here. They’re the people I love.”
- 247 Sports’ Brad Crawford (with an assist from Pro Football Focus) has 10 Breakout Candidates for the 2019 College Football Season. A pair of Huskies are the only Pac-12 players on the list.
- Just two Huskies on the PFF All Pac-12 preseason first team. Zero on defense. Fine with me.
- Jayson Jenks from The Athletic ($) takes you inside Mike Leach’s quarterback meetings courtesy of some of his old QBs.
- Athletic subscribers can also read the “Group Text” between Bruce Feldman, Stewart Mandel and Andy Staples as they predict the Pac-12 Standings for 2019.
Tops in the Pac-12 (minus the Rose Bowl).. We’ll take it:
Greatest stadiums in CFB history according to Sports Illustrated:— CFB Home (@CFBHome) August 15, 2019
1 Rose Bowl
2 Michigan Stadium
3 Notre Dame Stadium
4 Tiger Stadium (LSU)
5 Ohio Stadium
6 Memorial Stadium (Clemson)
7 Husky Stadium
8 Neyland Stadium
9 Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
10 Beaver Stadium (PSU)
Drew Sample finds the end zone:
Go Huskies recaps the men’s basketball romp over the Peak Warriors in Rome, Italy. What a venue!!
This looks kinda fun:
- Percy Allen from the Seattle Times says that Naz Carter looks ready to step into the leading role for Mike Hopkins.
- Alec Dietz from The Daily has his take on the blowout win, and says Isaiah Stewart was dominant creating space down low.