- Christian Caple answers the question everyone’s been asking in his latest mailbag: what was Jake Browning’s best pooch punt?
- Husky QB commit Sam Huard is taking his status as the top-ranked QB in the state as a leadership opportunity for the group of students petitioning to re-open high school sports in WA before the spring.
- Speaking of Huard, here’s some footage of him throwing at the 7v7 event last weekend.
- The Pac-12 is committing to making sure all of their student athletes have the opportunity to vote this fall.
Pac-12 announces its member programs will facilitate registration and acquire mail-in ballots for all willing and eligible athletes to vote. Jimmy Lake quoted here as well. pic.twitter.com/mGUBqwZ0Lx— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) September 2, 2020
- A reminder that 3-star defensive back Vincent Nunley is supposed to be committing later
Committing September 3rd...— Vince Nunley (@NunleyVince) August 22, 2020
- today and the crystal balls are all pointing to the Huskies...
- The Huskies are an early contender for 2022 4-star edge rusher Nathan Burrell out of St. John Bosco.
- Washington is also in the mix with 2022 4-star stafety Zion Branch from Bishop Gorman who is the #2 rated safety in the class and intrigued by Budda Baker becoming the highest paid safety in the NFL.
- It’s never been a problem with the arm for Eason so let’s see if he can put everything else together.
Philip Rivers talking about Jacob Eason: "He made a throw the other day that I had to just go, wow, man, I can't do that."— Joel A. Erickson (@JoelAErickson) September 2, 2020
- With John Ross and Drew Sample hopefully involved and an actual QB to throw them the ball now, the Bengals may be a must-watch for Husky fans.
Coach on Salvon Ahmed: "Speed out in space, made a lot of plays up there."— Travis Wingfield (@WingfieldNFL) September 2, 2020
- With the 76ers eliminated from the playoffs, this is the last episode of Inside the Bubble with Matisse Thybulle.
- The dream of Pac-12 basketball in 2020 may not be completely dead as it appears the season will start Thanksgiving week and there may be a chance the conference changes their mind.
News: Nov. 25 will be the start of the 2020-21 college basketball season so long as the D-I Council votes that date through later this month, sources told @CBSSports. The Pac-12 is also slowly but surely trying to get on board for that date, too. https://t.co/NakviGDrpO— Matt Norlander (@MattNorlander) September 2, 2020