Good Tuesday, may I interest you in some dots? Yes? Cool.
To the dots!
- If you wanna be depressed about one of the few commits who got away under Petersen (albeit since he had to go to JuCo and then LSU nabbed him), The Athletic has a piece on Ali Gaye, who’s now in line to be a starting DE for the reigning national champs.
- Washington DT commit Voi Tunuufi has been having a good season in Utah.
- ESPN has a power ranking of NFL teams along with fantasy guys to watch for from each team, including two familiar faces.
Ya know, I believe everyone in the PNW could’ve told you that was coming:
Another big day for Myles Gaskin making yardage after initial contact. Per PFF, he averaged 4.43 yards after slipping an initial tackle as a ball carrier.— Travis Wingfield (@WingfieldNFL) September 21, 2020
Matt LaFleur on Kevin King: “His ability to play press man is as good as anybody. He can shut down opponents when given those opportunities.”— Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) September 21, 2020
Can you just... imagine trying to block Vita Vea?
#Bucs DT Ndamukong Suh says that he's seen amazing growth with Vita Vea and how he understands how other teams want to block him. He does extra things before and after practice to work on his game. Same with Will Gholston, who Suh says tried to compete with him in the offseason.— PewterReport (@PewterReport) September 22, 2020
Obligatory “not football, but” UW-based research for those interested in learning about science!
.@ModelMolecular has produced a summary of our recent paper on the de novo design of anti-SARS-CoV-2 proteins. We agree that collaboration is the key to innovation!#ProteinDesign https://t.co/ZdcFjURJnb— Institute for Protein Design (@UWproteindesign) September 22, 2020
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.