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Fan Fest/Scrimmage tomorrow
The day will feature several family-friendly activities on the East Practice Field, including food trucks, inflatables, live performances from the Husky Band, a chance to participate in the Dawg Walk and much more.
Following the festivities, fans are encouraged to head over to Husky Stadium to watch the team participate in a scrimmage from 1-3 PM. Concessions will be available inside Husky Stadium for the scrimmage, and 2021 Husky Football season ticket holders who RSVP to attend will be sent vouchers for complementary popcorn and soda. The event will take the place of Raise The Woof and Picture Day, two long-time events that will be postponed until 2022 due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19.
Schedule of Events:
10:30 AM | Fan Fest Opens
11 AM | Dawg Walk
12:30 PM | Fan Fest Closes
1 PM | Scrimmage Begins
FAN FEST + SCRIMMAGE❕— Washington Football (@UW_Football) August 19, 2021
This Saturday at the @GreatestSetting.
» https://t.co/pENaTycoWl#BowDown x #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/SMlIzEGi2z
No one cares that ZTF is hurt. He’s THAT dynamic:
Here's more on the Thursday news that five @UW_Football players are on the @polynesiabowl College Football Player of the Year watch list, the second-most of any Pac-12 program. @Dawgman247 #GoHuskies #GoDawgs #woof https://t.co/5HoOqZxWWy— *Chris Fetters (@Chris_Fetters) August 19, 2021
Dawgman Podcast with Brandon Huffman talks early committing, decommitting; the entire “commitment” landscape in 2021
DawgmanRadio: The Recruiting Landscape With Brandon Huffman @chris_fetters @kimgrinolds @dawgman247 @jackmccauley_ @lukemounger @aaronwbeach https://t.co/HF9oVCYylt via @247sports— Scott Eklund (@ScottEklund) August 19, 2021
UW always with the great practice videos:
September 4...— Washington Football (@UW_Football) August 19, 2021
The RETURN to Husky Stadium #BowDown x #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/m6oaA41J3J
Bookie is going to be fun. Until that first 15 yard penalty.
Nah, he’ll still be fun:
turn the volume UP!@Bookie_44 on the mic #BowDown x #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/SdZ2eXCxh4— Washington Football (@UW_Football) August 19, 2021
Men’s Hoops Schedule
A bunch of information regarding @UW_MBB's 2021-22 schedule was released Thursday. Here are the details. @Dawgman247 #GoHuskies #GoDawgs #DawgPack #woof https://t.co/KGsKjQ7ldz— *Chris Fetters (@Chris_Fetters) August 19, 2021
Let's be honest, there's really only one game of consequence on Washington men's basketball schedule: at Gonzaga on Dec. 12.https://t.co/oCNlzJfpEI pic.twitter.com/H9VFq4Jkzg— Percy Allen (@percyallen) August 19, 2021
Women’s Soccer falls in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
On the offensive side, Washington was outshot 20-9, and managed only one corner to UNC’s five.
Improvements and adjustments will be inevitable ahead of its next game, as Washington takes on a tough Duke Blue Devils (2-0-0) side on Sunday, Aug. 22 at 9 a.m.
A tough opponent proved too much for No. 18 @UW_WSoccer in its season-opener, as the Huskies fell to No. 3 North Carolina, 4-1 | via @RajanHans14 https://t.co/cZXfB0VVYN— The Daily Sports (@UWDailySports) August 20, 2021
#9 Men’s Soccer starts next week
Coming off a spring season with the Huskies winning 12 games for the fifth straight year - the Dawgs are back - ready to take back their spot at the top of the Pac-12.
In one week, we are BACK at Husky Soccer Stadium to kick off the 2021 season!— Washington Men's Soccer (@UW_MSoccer) August 19, 2021
Don't miss out!
⚽️ No. 9 ranked team in the country
⚽️ Two returning All-Americans
⚽️ 8 returning All-Pac-12 players
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