Like a game show contestant with a parting gift
I could not believe my eyes
When I saw through the thoughts of a trusted friend
Who needs to humor me and read me Dots, yeah humor me and read me Dots
- A significant portion of the spring chatter has focused on positions that appear thin- the injury-ravaged OLBs and the transfer-depleted WRs. Mike Vorel took a look at a position where some think the depth might be excessive- running back. For a team that wants to “Run the Damn Ball,” the allocation of carries is a crucial storyline with a big impact on overall success.
- Mark Emmert received a contract extension to remain President of the NCAA. Emmert’s tenure has been most notable for his double-talk and inconsistent application of the NCAA’s own rules. On the other hand, I’m not sure anyone could look good if their charge is to execute university presidents’ vision for college athletics.
- Dawgman has a breakdown of the Pylon 7-on-7 tournament in Mesquite. The post includes updates on some key Husky targets. What is mesquite, anyway? I think it’s flavored with mosquitos.
- 247 also looked into the Husky hybrid coaching staff coming together in Austin. Not surprisingly, Sark has glowing things to say about Coach K. Although I’m sad to see him leave, I’m fascinated to see how his kung fu works in the Big 12.
- If, for some reason, you’re looking for a favorite Husky player for the 2021 season, you could do a lot worse than Ryan Bowman. Dan Raley from Husky Maven has a breakdown of the rags-to-riches career Bowman has had at Montlake.
UPDATED 2021 CFB RETURNING PRODUCTION— Bill Connelly (@ESPN_BillC) April 28, 2021
Now that I've got all G5 rosters updated, we've got new teams at No. 1-2. 12 of the top 13 are G5 teams; that'll change a smidge once I've updated P5 rosters, but this is going to be a fascinating year. pic.twitter.com/SSRVMnX1Jf
(UW is 31st if you don’t want to break out the reading glasses)
Fight or Flight: Episode 7— Washington Football (@UW_Football) April 27, 2021
Leader. Competitor. Playmaker.
This is @trent_mcduffie.#BowDown x #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/tgXrYhO514
2' | The Dawgs score their fastest goal of the season to start the NCAA Tournament!#GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/hATq8ZpEoc— Washington Women's Soccer (@UW_WSoccer) April 27, 2021