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- MIke Vorel from The Seattle Times spoke to the head of UW’s COVID-19 operations committee to find out some specifics on the voluntary workout that begin June 15. Here’s Part 1, and here’s Part 2.
- The NCAA Football Oversight Committee passed a recommendation that coaches can begin formally working with their teams on July 13.
Per source, preseason camps can start 29 days prior to the first game. So, for teams opening the season on Sept. 5, that would be August 7.— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) June 11, 2020
- Dawgman Radio discusses the bizarre 2021 recruiting cycle.
From The Athletic ($):
"You watch the NFL now, and the guys are under center, guys are in shotgun, they’re in empty sets, they’re in 2-back sets. Very multiple. That’s what my idea of pro-style is, and that’s what we will be.”— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) June 11, 2020
What we've learned so far about UW's new offense:https://t.co/M1MqzuVg3G pic.twitter.com/OapFpQ6O1h
Molden 1st Team, Levi 2nd Team:
Here's more on the Thursday announcement that seniors Elijah Molden and Levi Onwuzurike have been named to the Walter Camp Preseason All-American teams. #PurpleReign #woof https://t.co/dOkfZSJU4r pic.twitter.com/upDUuOxZLd— Dawgman.com (@Dawgman247) June 11, 2020
Highest-graded season by a Pac-12 DB since 2017— PFF College (@PFF_College) June 11, 2020
1. Byron Murphy, Washington (2018)
2. Elijah Molden, Washington (2019)
3. Taylor Rapp, Washington (2018) pic.twitter.com/nGvayqkTBn
Utah surprisingly low, Cal obviously too high:
Wins vs AP Top 25 Teams Over the Past 4 Seasons:— WestCoastCFB.com (@WestCoastCFB) June 11, 2020
1. Washington - 10*
2. USC - 9
3. WSU - 7
3. ASU - 7
5. Oregon - 6
5. Stanford - 6
7. Cal - 4
7. Colorado - 4
9. Arizona - 2
9. Utah - 2
9. UCLA - 2
12. OSU - 0
*UW #8 nationally in most wins vs AP Top 25 since 2016
Sample draws George Kittle comparisons:
Emanuels becomes 40th Husky drafted during Lindsay Meggs’ 11 years as coach:
Plum averaged 8.9 ppg, 3.5 assists last regular season. 15.2 ppg, 7.8 assists, 4.8 rebounds in playoffs:
Former UW star Kelsey Plum tore her Achilles tendon and will miss the WNBA season after surgery earlier this week. https://t.co/XtNKYYXag2— The Seattle Times (@seattletimes) June 11, 2020