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Friday Dots: Vita Vea fights back from injury to anchor Buccaneers defense

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A badly fractured ankle on October 8th was thought to have ended his season.

NFL: Super Bowl LV-Tampa Bay Buccaneers Practice Handout Photo-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Friday, Dawg fans.

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Vita Vea in the Super Bowl:

“He’s a special talent. I have to know where he is every single play in order to not let him disrupt the entire game.”

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“They told me I might have a small chance of making it, so I took those chances of what they said, and I really took it to heart. That’s what I stuck with.”

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DL Levi Onwuzurike to Tennessee at #22 overall in this mock draft:

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Men’s Soccer wins season opener

The second half turned into the Nick Scardina show, with the sophomore midfielder scoring three goals in the span of 12 minutes.

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Volleyball improves to 4-1

Washington recorded 16 aces, with five apiece coming from junior setter Ella May Powell and freshman outside hitter Madi Endsley.

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Men’s Hoops falls 91-71 at Oregon State

The Huskies’ allowed 14 points on 6-of-7 shooting to senior center Roman Silva, who entered the contest averaging less than four points per outing.

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“We definitely didn’t have any resistance today,” said, Marcus Tsohonis who led the team in scoring with 22 points.

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“The one thing the (matchup zone defense) is supposed to do is not allow 3-point shooting to level that it is,” Mike Hopkins said. “Just not good enough. They made 11 threes and we fouled three 3-point shooters.”

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Washington failed to make a single three point field goal in the second half.

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Retro Dot

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