Happy Tuesday! I hear there was a basketball game last night? Rumor has it, but I don’t know much about shooty hoops so could be wrong. *Checks pool that I would’ve won had Gonzaga been able to cap it off* Aw... nope, not wrong.
Well, anyway, to the dots:
First off, now that basketball’s over it’s full time for spring football and you can reserve a spot to watch one of 10 practices:
Welcoming Husky Nation to the @GreatestSetting!— Washington Football (@UW_Football) April 6, 2021
We have open practices this spring.
Details + RSVP: https://t.co/7JTERGIxzs#BowDown x #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/14wARJ5W9a
- Speaking of football, Indianapolis coaches are excited to see Jacob Eason with a full offseason while they gamble that Carson Wentz can get back to form.
- Get your questions in to Christian Caple’s mailbag! (I think there’s still time.)
- Mike Vorel wonders about what Washington’s passing game will look like next season and if it’ll take another step.
- And further, he looks at the pretty dang bad run defense last season and how the Dawgs can improve it.
- Daniel Jeremiah at NFL.com has another first round mock draft (3.0 this version) with a Dawg making it in.
Former Washington Huskies DT & Allen Eagle Levi Onwuzurike makes his debut in the Nosebleed Seats ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft. @ZachWolchuk @ChiofaloSports@iancamfield @ZROE1053 @1053thefan @LeviOnw @UW_Football @alleneaglesfbhttps://t.co/kB7swtV0dX— ℕ (@Nosebleeds1053) April 6, 2021
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.