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Thursday Dots: Woofs Incoming?

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Washington has a chance to add a few new players in the coming days

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 07 Cal at Washington 28 picks up short yardage during a PAC12 conference game between the Cal Bears and the University of Washington at Husky Stadium in Seattle, WA. (Photo by Jeff Halstead/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Football Dots

  • The Athletic compiled a list of the 25 most dominant college football programs of the past 50 years and Washington is on the list.
  • Christian Caple took a look back at the Washington 1988 recruiting class featuring Steve Emtman which served as one of the backbones for UW’s 1991 national title team.
  • Husky running back target Caleb Berry is set to announce his college commitment in a few hours and Washington has had several crystal ball picks put in for them (note that it’s 10a Pacific in the tweet below since Caleb is from Texas).
  • Meanwhile Kennedy Catholic 4-star wide receiver Jabez Tinae is set to announce this Sunday and Washington who has his QB Sam Huard already committed appears to be in a good spot as well.
  • 2021 DB recruit Zakhari Spears is already committed but was still impressed by his virtual visit with the coaching staff.
  • UW Athletics updated their numbers that out of 140 players returning to campus that 3 have tested positive for COVID-19. That total is up 1 from the first wave of students joining.
  • That stands in contrast to the UW Greek system which has had at least 80 positive tests in recent days as shockingly college fraternities were not following public health guidelines to the letter.
  • Meanwhile USC has announced that their fall semester will be held primarily online which suggests it will be extremely unlikely any of their sports teams will be competing.
  • Ex-Husky Milo Eifler has shown that the first few years of his Washington education paid off as he impressed the media covering Illinois football.

Basketball Dots

  • It appears Abdul Gaddy is headed to Greece rather than getting picked up by a team to play in the NBA bubble.
  • Dominic Green has hinted that he’ll be playing in Slovakia.