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Friday Dots: UW uses defensive spurts and good shooting to take down ASU

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Huskies face #4 Arizona Saturday at home

Arizona State v Washington Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images

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Faster linebackers and an injury-prone, master class QB:


Super Bowl

Gaines & Drew Sample will play a ton, Coleman Shelton some

Taylor Rapp “is looking like he’s turning the corner in a positive way,” said Sean McVay, Rapp has not suited up in the playoffs due to concussion.

In addition, Jake Browning is on the Bengals practice squad:


“We did pretty well when I was there, so I was used to playing in big games,”



Gordon, McDuffie will be fun to watch:


Men’s Hoops takes down ASU

PJ Fuller filled in at point guard for the injured Daejon Davis, and the Huskies cruised to a 87-64 win:


Hopkins: “Our defense at home has been at a high, high level. You can feel it, you can see it.”


Brown, Jr with 6 FGs, 7FTs, 8 assists. 19 points, zero 3’s. Doing Work.



Huskies overcome slow start:


The UW freshman catcher went off. What a debut:

Women’s Tennis

UW carries a 6-0 season record into the tournament and plays its opening round match against third-seeded Georgia Friday, at 10 a.m.

Retro Dot

The 48th best Defensive Tackle in the 2014 recruiting class: