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- Murrietta Valley High tight end Jack Yary —who originally committed to USC in May of 2019— could be headed to UW according to Greg Biggins and The Los Angeles Times.
- The Athletic ($) continues to count down UW’s most important players, with a WR who made a big impact as a true freshman coming in at #6.
- WSU and Seattle University will have almost an exclusively online curriculum for fall term. UW making announcement by August 7.
Arizona planning roughly half online, half in-person fall semester:
University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins (@UArizonaPres) confirmed today that the fall semester will begin as scheduled one month from tomorrow, on Aug. 24, with a mix of in-person and remote instruction. https://t.co/PUlMWjYOvO pic.twitter.com/ZufDIWWWwc— Univ. of Arizona ⬇ (@uarizona) July 23, 2020
Oregon, Utah, Stanford, UCLA, ASU and Washington State not reporting their numbers:
Full statement from UW: pic.twitter.com/cBt8e24kfe— Lauren Kirschman (@laurenkirschman) July 22, 2020
Husky blue chip targets weighing whether they want to play their senior season in the spring:
The senior punter/holder has been active by using his platform to raise awareness of mental health issues and has visited needy or sick fans:
Levi 1st team, Molden 2nd team:
Most Wins — All-Time— Pick Six Previews (@PickSixPreviews) July 23, 2020
924 Ohio State
908 Notre Dame
898 Penn State
752 Virginia Tech
749 Texas A&M
738 Georgia Tech
Fewest PPG Allowed To FBS Teams With Winning Records in the PAC-12 Era (2011-2019):— WestCoastCFB.com (@WestCoastCFB) July 23, 2020
1. UW (2018) - 16.6
2. UW (2016) - 17.3
3. ASU (2019) - 18.5
4. Stanford (2013) - 19.6
5. UW (2017) - 20.1
I’d probably watch this:
Former NBA guard Nate Robinson and YouTube star Jake Paul make it official: They tell me they will be fighting Sept. 12 as an undercard to Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. in California. pic.twitter.com/ClEP64JZFp— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 23, 2020