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UW reported 11 active positive COVID-19 within its athletics department — six more than a week ago. However, a source also indicated not all 11 cases can be traced to the football program. It’s university policy not to specify how many cases are tied to each team.
Updated story on the UW-Oregon game being canceled: https://t.co/mQbQRl5rvv— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) December 10, 2020
Questions loom over the status of next weekend’s Pac-12 Championship, too.
Teams must have seven available scholarship offensive linemen, four available scholarship defensive linemen and at least one scholarship quarterback in order to play.
Here's our updated story now that the Pac-12 has officially cancelled the @UW_Football - @oregonfootball game, with statements from the conference, @JenniferCohenUW, and @CoachLakeUDUB. @Dawgman247 #GoHuskies #Dawgs #Pac12 #CFB https://t.co/JW9CQaGoQt— Chris Fetters ⭐️ (@Chris_Fetters) December 10, 2020
Dawgman with an “Emergency” Podcast:
Half of this list is made up of Huskies:
P12 DPOY Candidates - PFF’s Highest Graded Defensive Players:— WestCoastCFB (@WestCoastCFB) December 10, 2020
1. Edefuan Ulofoshio (UW)
2. Roy Lopez (UA)
3. Elijah Molden (UW)
4. Talanoa Hufanga (USC)
5. ZTF (UW)
6. Mustafa Johnson (CU)
7. Devin Lloyd (Utah)
8. Trent McDuffie (UW)
Washington behind only Alabama, Cincinnati, Oklahoma State, Northwestern & West Virginia:
PFF’s Best Secondaries in the Nation:— WestCoastCFB (@WestCoastCFB) December 10, 2020
12. San Diego St
UW on his list of four possible destinations. Lars-Woodbey is friends with Keith Taylor, Sean McGrew, Terrell Bynum:
Former #FloridaState DB Jaiden Lars-Woodbey went in to the transfer portal a week ago and is now focusing on four schools and would like to make a decision later this month https://t.co/HapZhHfPcE pic.twitter.com/Kxhngrd71N— Greg Biggins (@GregBiggins) December 10, 2020
Myles Bryant showed up on national TV:
The 2017 beatdown gets overlooked: