Happy (or whatever emotion) Thursday, here’s some dots:
- Mike Vorel digs into the only other five ranked FBS teams to ever lose to an FCS foe. All of them rebounded quite well, so uh... fingers crossed we’re not an outlier, I guess?
- Marisa Ingemi, the Seattle Times’ new Kraken-plus beat writer, writes about Sis Bates’ whirlwind transition from the end of her college career to being a pro softball player along with four other Huskies — Ali Aguilar, Taran Alvelo, Victoria Hayward, and Courtney Gano.
- Christian Caple and the Michigan beat writer breakdown talent advantages and disadvantages for Washington-Michigan.
Ryan Bowman says there wasn't enough energy on the sidelines last week, that guys were standing around "zombie-like." That has been addressed both by the players and the coaches.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) September 8, 2021
Ryan Bowman says "it was a little irritating" to see UW's lack of energy on the sideline. Called it "zombie-like" at times. Said it's been addressed.— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) September 8, 2021
Athletes Unlimited week 3 teams are out, and it’s the first week where most of the Dawgs aren’t all clustered on one mega-team :(
That Week 3 feeling— Athletes Unlimited (@AUProSports) September 8, 2021
UW leaving a day early for Michigan to be able to practice twice on eastern time. https://t.co/ZLxPb7kD7W— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) September 9, 2021
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.