- Jimmy Lake had his Monday post-game press conference yesterday and had an interesting headwear choice. Here’s a full transcript of the interview.
- Christian Caple at The Athletic analyzes Lake’s responses and some of the data from the game to determine if we can continue to see an early 20th century run/pass split.
Jimmy Lake says his confidence is "very high" that his offense can be explosive in the passing game when it wants to be.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) November 16, 2020
- Washington finally appears at #37 in The Athletic’s rankings of every team in college football now that they’ve played a game.
- The updated Husky depth chart came out and the only changes were that Dylan Morris is now listed as the starter at QB and Rome Odunze replaces Austin Osborne as a 2nd team WR. Lake said he would not address injuries unless they occurred during a game and were serious which didn’t happen on Saturday. So no word on Kevin Thomson, Laiatu Latu, or Tuli Letuligasenoa and they’re all still listed on the depth chart despite uncertainty of their availability this year.
UW's depth chart for Arizona. pic.twitter.com/GSAbL7Z54f— Lauren Kirschman (@laurenkirschman) November 16, 2020
- Husky fans may not agree with Kirk yet again but considering 98% of the country didn’t stay up to watch Saturday night’s game, it doesn’t hurt to get the free publicity.
My top performing coaches of WEEK 11— Kirk Herbstreit (@KirkHerbstreit) November 16, 2020
1-Jimmy Lake, @UW_Football
2-Paul Chryst/Jim Leonhard, @BadgerFootball
3-Mark Stoops, @UKFootball
4-Kane Wommack, DC @IndianaFootball
5-Karl Dorrell, @CUBuffsFootball
6-Kirk Ferentz, @HawkeyeFootball pic.twitter.com/1KFZj31syg
- 247 Sports interviewed 5-star WR target Emeka Egbuka about the state of his recruitment as we close into within about a month of the early signing period.
- For those caught unawares because of the odd timing, a reminder that the NBA Draft is tomorrow (Wednesday) night where former Dawgs Jaden McDaniels and Isaiah Stewart are both expected to be 1st round selections.
- The NCAA is planning on moving 2021 March Madness to a single site (likely Indianapolis) since there probably won’t be fans allowed anyways and a semi-bubble makes more sense than disparate sites.