Given that Washington did not host Michigan on Saturday, most of the Husky related news coming out over the weekend was regarding pro-Dawgs and who did/did not make NFL rosters.
Here’s Trey Adams soaking up the final moments of his career at Husky Stadium. This is after coming back from major surgery on his back & knee. He helped @UW_Football win 2 @pac12 Championships, and get to 3 Major Bowl games. I hope he can get his body right and stick in the NFL. pic.twitter.com/O3C37nmRS4— Elise Woodward (@EliseMWoodward) September 6, 2020
- Local 5 star recruit JT Tuimoloau has been chopping it up and throwing down on the hardwood recently:
- While we’re talking about recruits, 247’s Brandon Huffman just posted his Northwest 9 Finals Notebook.
- Final notes on recruiting, as always make sure to check out Aaron’s most recent Recruiting Roundup, as well as Coach B’s 2021 Recruiting Profile on recent Safety commit, Vincent Nunley.
- And here’s some big news was just announced for the team in Eugene:
Oregon’s Penei Sewell, the top OL in CFB, has announced he will skip the season and enter the NFL Draft where he is a projected Top 3 pick.— WestCoastCFB.com (@WestCoastCFB) September 7, 2020
The Ducks will now need to replace all 5 starters on the offensive line from last season’s team pic.twitter.com/6BA2hIJuS7
- This is the second Husky in a week to reference practicing/work outing on the Roosevelt High School football field (go Rough Riders):
Huge shoutout to Roosevelt High School for never closing their field throughout this pandemic— Jackson Sirmon (@jackson_sirmon) September 7, 2020
- Finally, let’s give a big tip of the cap to a Washington State legend who passed away this weekend:
A Coug Legend has passed, our thoughts and prayers go out to the Robertson family and to Coug fans all over the world.— Washington State Athletics (@WSUCougars) September 7, 2020
“Always Be A Good Sport, Be A Good Sport All Ways.”
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