Happy Tuesday, here’s some dots!
- Mike Vorel looks at Washington’s schedule and ranks their 12 games from least to most intriguing — with the obvious caveat being “if they all were to happen.”
- The Daily talks about Yasmin Farooq and Michael Callahan’s adapting to COVID.
- Dawgman asks which true freshmen are most likely to make an impact.
- And they recap some of John Donovan’s words from a media interview a bit ago.
In case you haven’t already seen this, more proof that Taylor Rapp is an absolute madman:
Yesterday I attempted a challenge where you try to burn 10,000 calories in one day.— Taylor Rapp (@trapp07) May 25, 2020
125 miles biking (103 in one ride), 1.25 miles swimming, 4 miles hiking, 3 miles running, a short workout, and 7,300 feet of elevation later, #10kcaloriechallenge completed ✅ 4:30 AM-9:09 PM pic.twitter.com/m79izSZdaC
No defense has allowed fewer passing TDs since 2017 than the Washington Huskies. pic.twitter.com/k3NbIl9o5u— PFF College (@PFF_College) May 26, 2020
Not surprising that networks will need more time to figure out the sports schedules for the fall: pic.twitter.com/qzoTXFrY9P— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) May 26, 2020
Forget crowd noise...what would be the funniest sounds to pipe into an empty stadium during a game?— Subscribe to Extra Points (@MattBrownEP) May 26, 2020
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.