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Monday Dots: Recruiting Heats Up

Huskies lose to Ducks in Hoops, but football hope springs eternal

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  • The Dawgs built a big lead against top-10 Oregon on Saturday afternoon, but couldn’t hold on at the end. The Ducks won 64-61 in OT, thanks in part to a wild three-pointer by Payton Pritchard. The Seattle Times has a game recap here.

  • A big lead against a ranked opponent that evaporated in the final minutes? Anything the men’s basketball team can do, the women can do, too.

  • There are very few things most Dawg fans can agree on, but one seems to be a strong dislike of Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott. The Athletic has a lengthy interview with Scott for your morning hate-reading ($$).

  • With a surge in your talent on the football roster, Ariel Ngata announced that he has entered the transfer portal.

  • The Huskies hosted a hoard of sophomore and junior recruits over the weekend, including 2021- DT JT Tuimoloau, WR Emeka Egbuka, ATH Denzel Burke, CB Steven Ortiz, ATH Will Latu, WR Junior Alexander; 2022- CB Deville Dickerson, WDE Hunter Hill, OT Josh Conerly, WR Jaelin Green; 2023- ATH Jaylen Wayne. Many already had scholarship offers, but Ortiz and Conerly got offers on the trip.