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- Husky DB coach Will Harris spoke to the media, and says nothing has changed on the defensive side from a coaching perspective, and the plan is to keep laying those bricks.
This nugget from Harris:
In a teleconference, UW DBs coach Will Harris said that Julius Irvin will practice at nickel and safety. He's had an impressive offseason after dealing with knee injuries in 2019. Harris says that Irvin will have a "major role this year."— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) April 30, 2020
Two really smart, complete football players, (and a guy from Oregon I guess):
Highest graded returning Pac-12 CBs:— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) April 30, 2020
1. Elijah Molden, Washington - 90.8
2. Trent Mcduffie, Washington - 85.4
3. Mykael Wright, Oregon - 82.7 pic.twitter.com/SyJwrn5AC6
Huskies promote from within with new TE coach hire:
New @UW_Football tight ends coach Derham Cato talked to the Seattle media for the first time on Wednesday. Here are some takeaways from the press conference | via @J_Kirshenbaum https://t.co/JvdJg3Y1BK— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) April 30, 2020
Christian Caple turns the clock back in this article from The Athletic ($):
Dan Devine. Mike White. Doug Porter. Darryl Rogers.— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) April 30, 2020
In December 1974, each of those names were connected to the UW coaching job before anyone out west ever heard mention of Don James.
Looking back at a wild coaching search:https://t.co/Thah2nmvnm
CBA, Korea, Lebanon, China, France, Turkey; Dentmon has a lot of stamps on that passport:
#TBT Justin Dentmon is one of the greatest players in program history! A star at Washington, JD has gone on to play for three #NBA teams and countless other clubs all over the World. He is one of two Winch alums to be G-League MVP and currently plays for Élan Béarnais in France. pic.twitter.com/XriIUKK6zx— Winchendon Hoops (@WinchHoops) April 30, 2020
2019 was another great year for UW Rowing, winning the NCAAs and sweeping the Windermere Cup:
Five members of @UW_Rowing took a gap year to row in the 2020 Olympics but with COVID-19 pushing it back to 2021, they have a tough decision to make.— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) April 30, 2020
"This might be my last shot and I just wanna try to take it."
via @nathan_mathisen https://t.co/MXCQIGb00j
Dentmon started 102 games for the Huskies, averaging 14.4 PPG his senior season: