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- Husky junior tight end Cade Otton says the offense under new coordinator John Donovan will be similar to what we have seen in the past, with a few twists.
More with Otton from The Seattle Times:
Without departed UW tight end Hunter Bryant, junior Cade Otton will be a focal point of the Huskies' offense this fall.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) October 1, 2020
And, even in a shortened season, Otton says he's out to "win everything": https://t.co/gNmEU9WS7u
California schools can get to work:
Statement from the Pac-12 on updated California public health guidance: pic.twitter.com/cyjJWymylJ— Pac-12 Conference (@pac12) October 1, 2020
Teams are now allowed to train outdoors in groups up to 75 and train indoors in groups up to 25:
If this doesn’t get you excited (then you are probably normal because it’s guys in shorts running drills):
Who doesn’t love a little competition for the nation’s brightest star?
BREAKING: 5 SDE @JT_tuimoloau is down to 7️⃣ Schools!— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) October 1, 2020
The 6’5 277 Prospect from Sammamish, WA is ranked #1 in the Nation according to the Top247 Rankings.
He is also the #24 Ranked Recruit of All-Time
Where Should He Go? pic.twitter.com/v7dSGhx5LZ
Two-time All-Pac-12 cornerback moving on:
Stanford CB opting out and entering the draft. https://t.co/kPCFsOr9LV— Ralph D. Russo (@ralphDrussoAP) October 1, 2020
Molden should be in the race for this award all season: