Happy Tuesday, here’s some dots for ya beginning with yesterday’s football practice:
- Mike Vorel has his practice notes from a Monday that went very well for DMo, POB, and Jalen McMillan and Quentin Moore.
- More Mikey V on Ryan Bowman training with Aaron Donald and what he’s learned.
- On the soccer front, the women are heading into the NCAA tournament led by Kaylene Pang — who has played every minute of every game since November 3, 2017.
- *Eye twitches* Jon Wilner reports the Pac-12 is once again, uh... trailblazing... in their commissioner search.
It was a very good day for UW QBs Patrick O'Brien and Dylan Morris today. O'Brien threw three TDs, the highlight being a 59-yarder to Jalen McMillan. Morris didn't throw a TD pass but was consistently accurate and hit McMillan for a 62-yard completion on a double move.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) April 26, 2021
More context, for the small contingent of fans who are convinced Dylan Morris is incapable of connecting on a deep ball after like six attempts whose primary issue when overthrown was the super-fixable “put a slightly higher arc on it”:
The O'Brien throw to McMillan was probably 25 yards down field and McMillan did the rest. Morris' completion was a legitimate bomb.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) April 26, 2021
(Sorry not sorry about the snark, I love you all. Unless you’re a turd, in which case I don’t.)
UW OLB Sav’ell Smalls is practicing today after several days of watching from the sideline.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) April 26, 2021
Bob Gregory highlighted sophomore OLB Bralen Trice as one player who has really grown into his own this spring.— Lars Hanson (@LarsHanson) April 26, 2021
John Donovan said Mark Redman has taken a next step this spring— Lars Hanson (@LarsHanson) April 26, 2021
Beyond blessed to receive an offer from the Washington Huskies pic.twitter.com/2TzjvNosvm— aaron clark (@aaronclarkkk) April 27, 2021
We've picked up the fifth-year option on DL Vita Vea's initial contract, which extends the deal through the 2022 season.#GoBucs— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) April 26, 2021
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.