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Friday Dots: Levi Onwuzurike can read a room

The junior defensive lineman is a leader on and off the field

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 07 Cal at Washington Photo by Christopher Mast/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

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Football Dots

  • This week on the Chris Petersen Show with Tony Castricone, the coach talks about how well the offensive line is playing, and how much he hates fumbles. Castricone also welcomes LB coach Bob Gregory and senior linebacker Brandon Wellington to the show.

  • Also at The Daily, they look at the improved pass rush the Huskies are showing so far.

  • Mike Vorel from The Seattle Times opens his mailbag, and coyly entertains the idea that Jacob Eason fails way too often.


From Dawgman:


Your eyes are not lying to you:


Fink threw for over 350 yards against Utah:


Retro Dot

Marinovich is a liar. I know he saw plenty of gold as well: