Happy Monday Dawg fans, and welcome to today’s Dots.
Sure it’s just one game. But I believe in taking one week at a time and enjoying the good times for what they are. Never pass up a good thing - and enjoying a good win is a good thing.
- After only one touchdown in each of the previous games, enjoy this barrage of Husky touchdowns vs. Arkansas State. Go ahead.
- Here is Jimmy Lake’s presser after Saturday’s game.
- In his post-game report, Christian Caple says “If nothing else, UW’s more open game plan indicated that coaches at least are willing to change their approach...”, and has loads more points to make in his day-after Final Thoughts.
- Mike Vorel talks Sam Huard’s appearance, John Donovan’s move from the field to the booth, and more and also wonders “...What might have been as former UW quarterback Jake Haener flourishes at Fresno State”.
See ya next time, LOSS Angeles ✌️ pic.twitter.com/pzbxnQEUg0— Fresno State Football (@FresnoStateFB) September 19, 2021
- Dan Raley explores why UW had wildly different results against two allegedly similar opponents.
If Arkansas State and Montana played, it would probably be a close game. So why did the Huskies pound one of them and not the other? We provide reasons.https://t.co/JX7nJEsoJV— Washington Huskies on SI (@HuskyMaven) September 19, 2021
- Bill Connelly’s Bold Predictions contains the sub-heading “Washington will win the Pac-12”. Yes, seriously. (ESPN+ subscription required)
2 B1G CFP teams (and neither is Ohio State)! 8-4 Clemson! P12 champ Washington! 2-10 FSU! B12 champ Texas Tech! UTSA in the NY6!— Bill Connelly (@ESPN_BillC) September 20, 2021
I recapped Week 3 and walked through scenarios that are (a) not INCREDIBLY realistic but (b) more realistic than you think.https://t.co/BZryvkZKAe
It's been a tough year for the PAC-12 so far this season. pic.twitter.com/YO9wFTdyuv— The Athletic (@TheAthletic) September 19, 2021
Top PAC-12 Secondaries - Yards Per Game Allowed:— WestCoastCFB (@WestCoastCFB) September 19, 2021
1. Washington - 123
2. Utah - 135.3
3. ASU - 143.3
4. Arizona - 160.7
5. Stanford - 172.7
6. Colorado - 205
7. USC - 240.7
8. OSU - 254.3
9. Oregon - 304.3
10. WSU - 312
11. Cal - 318
12. UCLA - 342.7
Big One Tomorrow!— Washington Men's Soccer (@UW_MSoccer) September 19, 2021
We take on Seattle U in Capitol Hill with the WAC/101 Club Cup on the line. Looking for our 3rd straight win in the series!
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