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- Jimmy Lake is in no hurry to name a starting QB, or hand out starting jobs at any position.
Vita Vea was having another great night before suffering a nasty looking ankle injury in the 4th quarter:
Vita Vea continues his dominant season with a sack tonight on Thursday Night Football— WestCoastCFB (@WestCoastCFB) October 9, 2020
The former Husky is making his case as the best Nose Tackle in the NFL
Husky announcer Tony Castricone has been busy on his website. Set aside some time to digest all the info:
As we get ready for the 2020 season, I'm going to try blogging my thoughts and broadcast prep from time to time.— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) October 8, 2020
Today, I wrote extensively about how Washington's defense has been uniquely elite in college football over the last 5 seasons. #GoDawgs https://t.co/ISHFnDBcF3
Budda Baker with the NFL Network’s Kurt Warner and Brian Baldinger:
A three mile drive beyond the county line for the Cardinal to practice:
Stanford still can’t practice on campus: pic.twitter.com/UgatsOXLEC— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) October 9, 2020
Things are less complicated for the Buffs:
Boulder County Public Health is "happy with the plan" provided by the Colorado athletic department and has approved it. #cubuffs are cleared to open football practice on Friday.— Brian Howell (@BrianHowell33) October 8, 2020
The Dawgman interns talk Husky football for 48 minutes, including game-by-game schedule analysis:
UW wants to hear your favorite Husky Stadium memories. Mine is the 1983 Michigan game. Steve Pelluer leads the Huskies back from 14 down in the 4th quarter, and tosses the game winning two-point conversion to TE Larry Michael.
ℴ ℴ ℯ ℯ ℯ ℯ ...— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) October 8, 2020
We want to hear your favorite memories from inside Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium as we celebrate 100 years of the #GreatestSetting.
Visit https://t.co/g14wCf55nJ to tell us your story.#GoHuskies x #HuskyStadium100 pic.twitter.com/UWvUcxO3Ae
With the Olympics now being postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 outbreak, these rowers may potentially have to push their graduation date back again, two years from what it was supposed to be when they arrived at the UW.
Do you miss watching @UW_Rowing? Well starting this Friday 8 former and current Husky rowers are competing at the 2020 European Rowing Championships. If you want to learn more about 3 of the women rowing, check out my article on how they dealt with the Olympics postponement.— Nathan Mathisen (@NathanMathisen) October 9, 2020