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DeBoer and Ryan Grubb in Pierre, South Dakota to watch 2023 QB commit Lincoln Kienholz, who led TF Riggs to a 42-14 playoff win:
Caminong ready to do some ‘cruitin:
Now that he's committed to UW, 2024 Garfield QB EJ Caminong's (@CaminongEj) second job starts.— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) October 27, 2022
“I think that’s one of my jobs, why I committed right now, to get these (local) guys to go to UW. That’s what I’m going to do.” https://t.co/XWOeOASXDa
Analysis, predictions, etc:
New today: Ep. 25 of Say Who, Say Pod with @dannyoneil and myself. Did Michael Penix Jr. do high-knees and calisthenics on the flight to the Bay Area?— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) October 27, 2022
Huskies have been great at home:
Get outta my way:
Danny Shelton still getting a paycheck:
Bye week is a good time to check in on the current list of former UW football players on NFL rosters.— Husky Football News (@HuskyFBNews) October 26, 2022
Note that, frequently, players are moved from practice squad to active roster on game days (and then back to practice squad). pic.twitter.com/En7EtH0oAR
UW with two WRs on pace for top 5 all time:
Single-season receptions mark at UW:— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) October 26, 2022
1. R Williams, 94
2. R Williams, 89
3. Ross, 81
4. K Williams, 77
5. Pathon, 73
6. Looker, 72
7. Seferian-Jenkins, 69
8. Bailey, 68
9. Mickens, 65
10. Pettis/Kearse, 63
Rome Odunze ('22), 50
Jalen McMillan ('22), 45
Where will they finish?
Last second win for the #1 team in the nation:
Game highlights, including the 90th minute winner:
The Huskies (13-0-2, 5-0-1 Pac-12) dictated the pace of the game early on, charging up the wings with energy and drive.
As the regular season draws to a close, UW (9-5-3, 3-5-1) will have another tall task on the road, facing No. 1 UCLA on Sunday, Oct. 30 at 2 p.m.