Happy Thursday everyone as we inch closer to the Memorial Day weekend. Let’s get on with the dots!
- The Athletic counts down the most dominant teams in Seattle sports history and a certain national championship team comes in at #1.
- Christian Caple has a UW football mailbag on a variety of topics including the expectations for Jimmy Lake.
- Mike Vorel of the Seattle Times writes about the decision by UW to welcome back spring sport athletes granted an extra year of eligibility such as softball standouts Sis Bates and Morganne Flores despite the financial strain.
- A new offer went out to 2021 California DB Dyson McCutcheon who talks about what it means to him as someone who looks up to John Ross and loves UW’s history of developing DBs. McCutcheon is the son of former USC star and NFL player Daylon.
- For everyone freaking out about recruiting, Dawgman looks at where the Huskies stood with the 2020 class a year ago to show that things can change pretty rapidly in recruiting.
- Assistant DB Coach Terrence Brown getting in film study despite his new daddy duties.
It’s been tough on all of us during these unprecedented times! But I’ve been extremely fortunate to experience the first month of my son’s life, something I’m truly grateful for! A moment I’ll cherish forever, he’s already trying to learn the game! #BowDown #Family #blessed pic.twitter.com/zoK5oiXouO— Terrence Brown (@CoachTB02) May 20, 2020
The Washington Football Program is on an Impressive 5 Year Run:— WestCoastCFB.com (@WestCoastCFB) May 19, 2020
#1 in the PAC-12 in Wins
#1 in the PAC-12 in Average Attendance
#1 in the Pac-12 in Total Draft Picks
#1 in the Pac-12 in 1st/2nd Round NFL Draft Picks
#1 in the Pac-12 in APR
- The “everyone gets one free transfer with immediate eligibility” proposal which many thought might be put in place before the 2020 season appears that it will be delayed at least a year which has an impact on the men’s basketball team.
Relevant news for Huskies who have 2 transfers coming into the program. Still a chance Stevenson and/or Bajema could get a regular waiver but not going to be as clear as it could have been. https://t.co/5Z5XBMGPvI— Max Vrooman (@UWDP_maxvroom) May 20, 2020
- Former Husky Dejounte Murray went viral playing in the backyard on a hoop that’s not quite regulation size and against opponents not quite regulation size.