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Silky smooth Nevada WR Germie Bernard is not wavering:
A little surprising. Deboer/Grubb utilize multiple TEs often. But UW does have a crowd there:
Three-star 2022 UW TE commit Chance Bogan reopening his recruitment. Sounds like the coaching change, and the resulting change in system, may have affected his status. https://t.co/iBXmBttpOi— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) December 10, 2021
Free Agent Frenzy:
The Daily recaps a busy week for Husky Football off the field:
The noise is getting louder on the Lynnwood native and Western Washington University grad as the next Husky DC:
Here's the latest from @FarhanLaljiTSN and @TSNDaveNaylor on the rumors circulating around Hamilton Tiger-Cats HC Orlondo Steinauer and the open @UW_Football Defensive Coordinator job. #CFL #GreyCup @Dawgman247 pic.twitter.com/4LYtcMhjZ6— *Chris Fetters (@Chris_Fetters) December 10, 2021
All college QBs will need to take this one out of the repertoire (effective immediately):
The NCAA Football Rules Committee has banned the "fake slide" move that led to a 58-yard TD during the ACC Championship, sources confirmed to SI's @ByPatForde— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) December 10, 2021
It was fun while it lasted, @kennypickett10 pic.twitter.com/1EPQ7LgNcI
Week 13 Pro Dawgs Recap:
The season comes to an end as Texas pulls off the reverse sweep after the Huskies dominated the opening two sets. Texas wins 3-2 (19-25, 20-25, 25-22, 25-9, 15-9) and Washington’s season comes to an end in the Sweet Sixteen.
We’re so proud of this team and everything they accomplished this season.— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) December 10, 2021
Thank you to @UWVolleyball for taking us along the incredible journey.
Thank you to Husky Nation for supporting the Dawgs all year long.#GoHuskies https://t.co/pLySZ21zIZ
Men’s Soccer - Friday Night, 5:30 PM - ESPNU
- In its first ever match in the College Cup, the No. 2 seed Washington Huskies are set to take on No. 3 Georgetown Friday night in Cary, N.C.
Dylan Teves leads the Huskies with his 12 goals and 31 points, while Ryan Sailor was named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year.
The last Husky team to reach a Sweet 16: