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Wednesday Dots: Sleeping Dawgs on Signing Day

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With recruits signed early, Washington looks to 2021

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 28 USC at Washington Photo by Christopher Mast/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

It’s silly, no?

When a rocket ship explodes and everybody still wants to fly

But some say a man ain’t happy unless a man reads Dots

Oh why?

  • The Huskies wrapped up their signings early for a small 2021 recruiting class. Barring any unforeseen late additions, Christian Caple has a thorough profile of the entire 15-man class. Sam Huard is the headliner, but the defensive line looks stout, as well.

  • Washington made a late push for Davon Townley, an edge rusher from Minnneapolis, but he announced this morning that he will sign with Penn State.

  • Speaking of Sam Huard, the Burien QB faces a bizarre spring ahead. He plans to play what is left of a HS football schedule, but still enroll at UW early enough to participate in spring practices. Mike Vorel has more on Huard’s dizzying schedule.

  • Jon Wilner looks ahead to the Pac-12 schedules for this coming fall. He rates the Huskies’ slate as the 9th toughest due to some opportune home games and a softer assortment of South opponents. He also circles September 11 as a key date for the conference with four Power-5 matchups, including UW @ Michigan.

  • Washington has established itself as a power program in soccer. Despite three early exits for MLS, the team still looks formidable as it prepares to start its season.