With a purple umbrella and some fifty-cent Dots.
- At one point, it looked like ZTF would be buried as the fourth or fifth OLB on the depth chart. Circumstances changed and he made the most of his opportunity with a huge game against Oregon State. Mike Vorel profiles the breakout pass rusher in the Seattle Times.
- Fans of Seattle sports generally will be thrilled to learn that Jermaine Kearse is back in the boat as a program assistant for the Huskies. With professional success and ties to the community, Kearse figures to be an asset in recruiting at the very least.
- After a promising first game as a punt returner, Trent McDuffie sat down with the Tacoma News Tribune to discuss what he brings to the table in special teams. He might not ever be Dante Pettis, but I’ll be satisfied with an improvement over Fair Catch Fuller.
- Late breaking and potential big news: the Pac-12 has lifted its ban on non-conference games in 2020. Could the Huskies squeeze another game or two late in the schedule? Could BYU augment its CFP case with a game against a P5 opponent?
- Everyone wants to see what Dylan Morris can do with more freedom in the passing game. It might not be exactly what you had in mind, but check out his highlights from The Opening as a high schooler to see the anticipation and technique that made him a top recruit.
- Away from the gridiron, Isaiah Stewart and Jaden McDaniels will finally learn their NBA fates at tonight’s draft. To learn more, make sure you check out Max’s draft profiles of Stewart and McDaniels.
- Dawgman is tracking the mock drafts to see likely landing spots for Stewart and McDaniels.
Chip Kelly on Oregon game time: “It’s like getting cable. Sometime between 12 and 7:30.”— Ben Bolch (@latbbolch) November 18, 2020
Week 2 Pac-12 Power Rankings:— WestCoastCFB (@WestCoastCFB) November 18, 2020
12. Stanford https://t.co/ywfxq1lfJN
WIAA pushes sports calendar back a month as coronavirus cases are spiking.https://t.co/LYAeIa5X7U— Seattle Times Preps (@seatimespreps) November 18, 2020