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- Chris Petersen will contribute to FOX’s college football studio coverage during the upcoming 2021 season. He’ll provide supplemental analysis to the FOX Sports studio shows before, during and after games.
- CBS Sports’ Pac-12 experts break down the conference, calling ASU overrated, UW underrated, and Oregon a playoff team that will run the Pac-12 North “winning each game by at least 10 points.”
- Dan Raley from Husky Maven highlights three Huskies who are on the verge of breaking out, but not quite there yet.
- Raley also looks at the left guard battle, where Julius Buelow appears to have moved ahead of Ulumoo Ale and Nate Kalepo.
Mike Vorel goes with what he has seen out there so far:
Running back— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) August 26, 2021
Let's project the winners of Washington's five most heated position competitions: https://t.co/g7VQW2UjUe
Read this and you will love Eddy even more than you already do:
Risk, survival and triumph anchor three generations of the Ulofoshio family. @Ulofoshio30 from @UW_Football shares the inspirational story of his Grandma and the impact she had on his life.#TyeeDifference x #ThankfulThursday— Tyee Club (@UWTyeeClub) August 26, 2021
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NFL Throwback recognizing one of the great Husky talents:
Men’s Soccer wins opener in OT
Lucas Meeks initial shot was blocked by the Aggie goalkeeper, but Dylan Teves slid the rebound in at the near post, winning the opening match of the season 2-1 for the Huskies in the 105th minute.
#4 Volleyball back in action today
The Huskies —who return nearly their entire lineup— will begin a three week run of non-conference matchups against Ohio University Friday afternoon at 12:30, and #11 Ohio State at 4pm on Saturday. Both games are in Columbus, OH.