Happy Tuesday, here’s some dots:
- Mike Vorel does his best with the tricky task of ranking UW’s top 50 players going into this year. This morning he covers 40-31. (Yesterday he had 50-41, if you missed it.)
- All Minnesota’s quarterbacks are in COVID protocol at the moment except for Jake Browning. Here’s a handful of articles about that, including some of his thoughts on the bizarre scenario.
- The Vikings’ SB Nation site, The Daily Norseman, has a podcast out where they talk about the Jake show.
I’m not crying you’re crying:
After 29 years, the time has come. — Jenn Salling, OLY (@jenn_salling) August 2, 2021
I left my cleats inside of Yokohama Stadium, Japan. Perfectly positioned on the plate, a symbol of letting go and closing this chapter of my life. pic.twitter.com/MgTvHNaVD7
Speaking of, the right side infield of the All-Olympic team is also all Dawgs:
Joe Tryon killing it in camp it sounds like:
For those of you who haven’t been paying more attention to NFL training camps, between and injury wiping out Carson Wentz and COVID taking out the Vikings’ quarterbacks not named Jake Browning, the Montlake Jakes are all the sudden getting a lot of notice:
me, a Huskies fan, realizing that years of watching Jake Browning and Jacob Eason might be relevant pic.twitter.com/Od86DgP4Xs— Mina Kimes (@minakimes) August 2, 2021
Most importantly, though, we found out Coolest Person Alive Mina Kimes is a Husky fan.
Darnold to Arnold but Keith Taylor with the PBU. Lots of footballs on the floor today. #Panthers— Nick Carboni (@NickCarboniWCNC) August 2, 2021
Mac Jones, working with the tight ends, was just picked off by Myles Bryant. #Patriots— Brian Hines (@iambrianhines) August 3, 2021
Camp observations (2):— Art Stapleton (@art_stapleton) July 31, 2021
* When the Giants drafted Kadarius Toney, I thought the John Ross experiment was going to be short-lived. He was very quiet this spring, too.
It's only three days in, but I've been impressed by Ross. His health is the long game, obviously. Got a chance. https://t.co/JOtqKXtZVR
Chris Petersen will be a part of Fox's Big Noon Kickoff show, according to sources.— Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) August 2, 2021
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.