- Jimmy Lake spoke to the media yesterday and never directly mentioned John Donovan’s name while saying if someone needs to take blame then it should be him. He may ultimately regret that even if it’s true and/or traditional leadership.
- You can find the full transcript of the press conference right here.
Jimmy Lake asked directly how he responds to fans wanting him to replace John Donovan. He says he understands the frustration and they need to get results. So take that for what it is.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) September 13, 2021
Jimmy Lake: "If you want to pin blame, just put my name on the article. I'm the one to blame."— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) September 13, 2021
- Pat Forde at SI doesn’t think it’s too early for Husky fans to panic about this season. Good, because they are.
- Not every school in the Pac-12 decided it was too early for a firing...as USC finally cut ties with head coach Clay Helton after 7 seasons of (for USC) mediocrity with the final straw a blowout loss to Stanford as a double digit favorite. We know how it feels USC.
- Every major college football writer has their list of names for the opening at USC and almost all of them include Chris Petersen on the list to make Husky fans crazy. Bruce Feldman is the lone holdout who thinks Petersen is still content being away from coaching and thinks USC should go after Mario Cristobal.
why is USC so horned up for getting rejected by chris petersen https://t.co/3VKouv9d68— Ryan Nanni (@celebrityhottub) September 13, 2021
- I very much respect this position
it’s year 4 for “Jonathan Smith” at Oregon State, he’s never had a winning record, he’s making $2.4 mill a year and his seat isn’t even a little toasty. He actually got a contract extension last year. That’s my #1 job in the sport imo. Seems like a nice place to live too— Rodger Sherman (@rodger) September 14, 2021
- The game time has been set for Washington’s conference opener against California. It will kick off at 6:30p PT on Pac-12 networks. And mother nature has things messed up as there are thunderstorms possibly in the forecast for this Saturday rather than the following one.
Washington Athletics Dots
Your #⃣7⃣ Huskies are home for the first time this Thursday and Friday‼️— Washington Volleyball (@UWVolleyball) September 13, 2021
Grab your ️ ️ for the return of fans for the first time since the 2019 season!
Monday afternoon numbers report— Washington Men's Soccer (@UW_MSoccer) September 13, 2021
- No. 3 in @TopDrawerSoccer Top 25
- 1st in Pac-12 with +10 goal differential
- 1st in Pac-12 with 2.75 G/M
- T-1st in Pac-12 with 1 goal allowed
- Have not conceded since 4th minute of first match (371 straight minutes)#GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/m59MpC2JuB