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Wednesday Dots: Ty Jones, Jack Yary, and all the football in between

Plus, this week’s reason to be annoyed at ESPN

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: APR 27 Washington Spring Game Photo by Joseph Weiser/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
  • Kicking off with a bit of shameless self-promotion: take a few minutes to listen to our interview with current Husky WR Ty Jones. Ty explains why he signed onto the Pac-12 Unity movement with some very reasonable points, then talks about why we should be excited about the direction of the Husky offense, and tells us about his own challenging upbringing. If nothing else, how often do you get to hear a current player talk candidly for 45 minutes?

  • As previously indicated, Jack Yary officially committed to UW yesterday. The four-star TE prospect originally signed on with USC, but parted ways with the school and will join a suddenly impressive position group at Montlake.

  • Elsewhere at The Athletic, Stewart Mandel identifies the best coordinators in new spots, and Max Olson tries to predict which late blooming blue chip prospects will emerge this season.

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