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Wednesday Dots: Midseason Malaise

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Huskies Start Reclamation Project in Tucson

UCLA v Washington Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images

Well the preacher and the teacher

Lord, they’re a caution

They are the talk of the town

When the gossip gets to flyin’ and they ain’t lyin’

When the sun goes under Dots

  • Christian Caple takes a long look at everything that has changed for the 2021 Huskies since the dominant opening drive against Montana to start the year. He rightly places blame on both the problematic offensive scheme and individual underachievement at many key positions. To put it another way, the breakout player Caple highlights is the punter. It has been that type of year.

  • For the Seattle Times, Mike Vorel explores the adversity Rome Odunze has overcome. Odunze has been one of the rare bright spots in the UW offense going all the way back to 2020. The challenge is getting him the ball often enough to have a major impact and still being able to run into unblocked DTs 25 times a game.

  • Conference alignments keep shifting. With Houston, UCF, and Cincinnati out of the AAC for the Big 12, the AAC has added six new teams, spanning the south, from Texas to Florida.