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- In John Wilner’s latest Hotline Newsletter, he says there is an opportunity for the Pac-12 to define itself as the conference of tolerance and equality.
- Christian Caple from The Athletic ($) says the newest Husky QB Kevin Thomson is a guy who thinks he “can kind of do it all.”
- Mike Vorel spoke to Husky commit Dyson McCutcheon, who explains why he chose Washington when all signs pointed to following his father to USC.
In comparison, Texas has had 13 players test positive:
Per a UW spokesperson, there were zero positive COVID-19 cases among the 80 student-athletes tested Monday upon their return to campus.— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) June 18, 2020
Levi, Molden, Tryon & Kirkland make 1st team:
Dawgs have been named to the @AthlonSports preseason All-Pac-12 team.— Washington Football (@UW_Football) June 19, 2020
☔️➡️ @jaxson_kirkland @LeviOnw @joe_tryon @e_mold3n @iRiichh @CadeOtton @RyanBowman55 @peytonhenry17 @LukeWattenberg @trent_mcduffie #PurpleReign x #BowDown pic.twitter.com/cy0p50LFgV
4th team All Pac-12 for McDuffie. We’ll see how many corners outplay him this season:
Washingon's Trent Mcduffie is the only returning DB with 80+ grades in:— PFF College (@PFF_College) June 17, 2020
Run-defense - 86.2
Coverage - 83.7
Tackling - 89.8 pic.twitter.com/4NfIfzs7mn
6’4” edge rusher plans to make some visits before deciding:
Decision tonight around 7pm:
From @GregBiggins: Santa Margarita OLB/DE Maurice Heims (@Maurice_hms) will announce his college choice Friday at 7 pm PT between ASU, Colorado, Illinois, Penn State, and Washington. He breaks down his thoughts on his final five here. #PurpleReign #GoDawgs https://t.co/yw5H5rL8LI— Dawgman.com (@Dawgman247) June 19, 2020
In the shortened 25-game season, Flores recorded a perfect fielding percentage while hitting over .300 for the fourth year in a row:
Morganne Flores adds another award to her trophy cabinet, becoming the first @UWSoftball player to ever win the College Softball Johnny Bench Award as the best catcher in the nation | via @m_mendro https://t.co/H8sZSqAf0j— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) June 19, 2020
Dawgfather trolling Cougs?