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Open Practice Tomorrow
Should be around 65 degrees when they get started, and nearing 75 toward the end:
Dubs has his seat for tomorrow’s pad-cracking fun:
Trey Adams retires
The Wenatchee High School product appeared in 47 games in five seasons at UW. He had been resigned to the Buffalo Bills’ practice squad for a second season in back in January.
Former UW left tackle Trey Adams announces retirement from football: https://t.co/dGZ7kmq8Hl— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) April 15, 2021
Go Huskies Podcast
“We got a good group, and it starts with Taki & Tuli.”
Budda on Molden:
Baccellia spent time with the Patriots and Chiefs last offseason after going undrafted:
We have signed the following players:— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) April 15, 2021
WR Andre Baccellia
DL Ryan Bee
RB Tavien Feaster
LB Jamell Garcia-Williams
WR Darece Roberson, Jr.
From The Athletic($):
Daniel Bridge-Gadd, ex-UW QB turned-stand-up comic, is a funny dude with a knack for self-deprecation.— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) April 15, 2021
One example: “I threw lots of picks in practice, so I got to know Coach Lake real good. Me and him are cool. He loved me.”https://t.co/gKap5uRW7z
The Huskies are into the Round of 16 for the eighth time in the past nine years, and the 16th time in program history.
It has been more than two years since the Huskies and Ducks have played:
Defense has remained the strongpoint for the #24 Huskies (9-3-2, 5-3-2 Pac-12) throughout the season.
Trey Adams... gold (NSFW):