Good morning and happy beginning of the end of The Death Heatwave (for now).
With today’s dots, let’s start with some sweet sweet NIL updates:
The real ironic part of all this: The NCAA made this interim policy because of state laws, but schools without state laws might adopt NIL policies that are looser than those state laws.— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) June 28, 2021
The state law was a recruiting advantage… until it wasn’t.
- The Athletic looks back at the 40 Pac-12 coaching hires of the 21st century. Guess who’s ranked 40th?
- They also talked to former and current college football players about the various effects of playing a longer season with more games — as will be the case with a 12-team playoff.
- For those of you looking ahead to that Michigan game, Maize n’ Brew has their question for each offensive position group.
June 28, 2021
(This is probably telling as to how four-star running back Emeka Megwa's UW official visit last weekend went. UW will only take one running back in its 2022 class.)— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) June 28, 2021
What’s Olympic prep like? Follow Ali Aguilar all day today on our Instagram story to find out!#MightyAreTheWomen pic.twitter.com/QvaazweiKk— Washington Softball (@UWSoftball) June 29, 2021
Along with the GSHL and Seattle Women’s Hockey Club, add UW men’s hockey team to the list of groups who’ll get to play at the new Kraken Northgate facility:
We are excited to announce that we will be playing out of the Seattle Kraken’s practice facility in Northgate starting the 2021-22 season!#huskyicehockey pic.twitter.com/ZWckkuEiqa— UW Ice Hockey (@UWHockey) June 28, 2021
By the way, if you’re a gal who’s interested in playing hockey (even if you’re terrible or have never played before), hit me up about SWHC. We’re all super cool and you should join.
HOME @JGlenn_UW @CoachRipUW pic.twitter.com/5KYan5TDli— 51 (@RobertsBen8) June 28, 2021
It's official: It's the hottest day in Seattle EVER, surpassing the record that was set...yesterday.— Paige Cornwell (@pgcornwell) June 28, 2021
It's 106 degrees. https://t.co/edVaaKsK8M
Thoughts and prayers to all the people in Seattle who have landlords that when asked about the AC situation said, “oh don’t worry it never gets that hot in Seattle”— Jake Browning (@jake_browning) June 28, 2021
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.