First off, it’s time for EDSBS’ annual Charity Bowl, and Washingon is behind... Washington University St. Louis and Washington & Lee? Yeah no.
HEY DORKS WE RIDE AT DAWN (JUST KIDDING WE RIDE RIGHT NOW THERE'S NO TIME TO LOSE THERE'S TWO "WASHINGTONS" IN THE TOP 10 RN & SOMEHOW IT'S WASH U ST. LOUIS & WASHINGTON N' LEE UNIVERSITY WHICH I'M NOT CONVINCED IS A REAL SCHOOL) https://t.co/TqzZwpq4CA pic.twitter.com/tYmf1K0dW1— UW Dawg Pound (@UWonSBN) April 13, 2021
As you can see, it’s time to donate because I don’t particularly love the idea of us losing to Cal (too high), Oregon, Miami Ohio, and whatever in WASP heck Amherst is.
For more information on the cause and then some, here’s part of a thread you can go check out:
We ask followers/listeners to donate in a very specific format: in the form of a score of a game where your team/school destroyed the hopes and dreams of a rival— BUM CHILLUPS AKA SPENCER HALL (@edsbs) April 12, 2021
$70.21 anyone? Anyhoo, if you were too lazy to click on that first tweet that has the link to donate in it, you can donate here.
- Speaking of opponents, Michigan’s just finished their spring practice. As UW’s first game next season, it’s not a bad call to learn more about them — their offense in this case.
- Also at The Athletic, Christian Caple breaks down what he’s seen from the four new transfers and six true freshmen on Washington through the beginning of spring practice.
- Vorel also hears from John Donovan on what it’ll take for one of Dylan Morris, Sam Huard, or Patrick O’Brien to definitively win the quarterback job.
Gabbie Plain is so effin’ cool:
Gordon has looked excellent. Unless they want to try him at nickel or safety, feels like he's a lock to be the starting outside corner opposite McDuffie. https://t.co/EZD3SH2QGY— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) April 12, 2021
Moderate but pleasant surprise:
Sophomore OLB Bralen Trice getting extended reps with the first team defense Monday— Lars Hanson (@LarsHanson) April 12, 2021
UW OC John Donovan said that redshirt sophomore running back Cameron Davis "definitely hasn’t hit his ceiling yet. So if he keeps on coming to work every day we’ll get that eventual improvement from him. I think we can count on him to make a lot of plays for us.”— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) April 12, 2021
Ending on this note:
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.