First off, Husky Football schedule news:
-Apple Cup on a Saturday so no weekday games for UW— De UW Dawg Pound (@UWonSBN) December 16, 2021
-1st 4 games all at home
-Week 9 bye so relatively late in the year
-Final 6 games rotate between home and road
- The Athletic talked to 30 recruiting staffers to compile a ranking of the top personnel staff in the country, which includes a new Dawg.
- Andy Staples has his mailbag, including a look at the quarterback carousel (which includes a reference to this article about that topic specifically).
DeBoer says they are "very close" to making more announcements on staff hires "in the next couple days."— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) December 15, 2021
UC Davis transfer CB Jordan Perryman announces a commitment to UW. He visited over the weekend. Gives the Huskies some experience at a position likely losing both starters. 63 tackles and 12 PBUs as a junior in 2021. https://t.co/8gmfcL3s8A— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) December 15, 2021
The 6-0 Perryman was a third-team FCS All-American and a first-team All-Big Sky selection in the 2021 spring season. Will add some experience to the corner competition with McDuffie and Gordon likely departing.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) December 15, 2021
Pretty sure this video just straight-up shows Junior Adams talking to Germie Bernard, if you had any doubt who UW's wide receivers coach (still) is https://t.co/ThqIJ2E1Rn— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) December 16, 2021
Played at Oregon St. Coached DL at UCLA, Pitt (when Aaron Donald was there), 6 years at Wisconsin, and then Vandy this past year. https://t.co/N5kSzHEBUZ— De UW Dawg Pound (@UWonSBN) December 16, 2021
I will now be closing my recruitment and focusing more on the 4 schools thank you for the love and interest from the schools that have reached our final decision soon pic.twitter.com/yOohYevCQe— i come here for nonsense (@daiyan_henley11) December 15, 2021
I went down a rabbit hole on this site a couple days ago, this was nice to hear:
Former Washington QB Jake Browning (@jake_browning) gives great insight into why Chris Petersen was one of the best coaches in recent CFB history while also giving a textbook Mike Leach story as a comparison between the two coaches.— OfficialVisit (@officialvisit) December 15, 2021
Read more: https://t.co/JyDMkzbEHw pic.twitter.com/nOsoh9qRoB
Unrelated to the Dawgs, but el oh el:
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.