- Mike Vorel talks to new Husky QB Patrick O’Brien about how the grad transfer ended up at Washington.
- Some good news for anyone that would like to see CB Jordan Miller playing football in the city of Seattle again.
Seahawks today activated DB Damarious Randall from the COVID-19 list and signed former UW Husky cornerback Jordan Miller to the practice squad. Randall puts Seattle's active roster back at 53.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) January 6, 2021
- Dawgman completes their countdown of the top-20 prospects in Washington state for the class of 2022 with the final 10. The Huskies have already received a commitment from #8 and it seems like they at least have a solid shot with 8 of the 10.
I believe it is finally time to post...but I am extremely grateful to have a opportunity like this. I am blessed to have received a PWO from the University of Washington. Mahalo to my brother @tuitele87 & Coach Malloe @MalloeMalloe for blessing me with such an opportunity pic.twitter.com/PeQ1pSh2qs— ANTxMANN (@ANTxMANN) January 6, 2021
- The Washington women’s basketball program announced that due to COVID issues within the program they are postponing Sunday’s game against Arizona. They already had their game against ASU this week cancelled because of the Sun Devils’ COVID issues.
- The men’s team takes on Stanford tonight at 6p. You can check out my game preview here.
- Lauren Kirschman at the TNT looks at UW’s rebounding woes and whether they have any chance to turn things around.
- Some really unfortunate news for ex-Husky PG Markelle Fultz. At least Fultz signed a contract extension last month so he’s set for the next several years. Still, he has fought through a lot to cast aside the bust label and was averaging 12.4 points and 5.4 assists per game this season. He becomes the 2nd Dawg to suffer a season ending injury in the first few weeks of the NBA season along with Marquese Chriss.
Orlando’s Markelle Fultz has suffered a torn left ACL, source tells ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) January 7, 2021