What did it matter to ya
When you got a job to do you got to do it well
You got to give the other fella Dots
- Call it Depth Chart SZN. Mike Vorel joins the chorus in predicting his UW football offensive depth chart going into spring practice. It seems like there’s a growing consensus that Michael Penix will get the first chance at the QB position. It will be interesting to see how much of a genuine competition plays out over the spring and fall.
- A bit further south, Lincoln Riley wisely tried to temper expectations at the start of USC’s spring practices. Despite Caleb Williams’s debut as the Trojans’ new QB, Riley said the roster overhaul has only just begun.
- I won’t pretend to be an expert on Husky golf, but when I read that the Huskies have dominated something called the Duck Invitational, it catches my eye. Teddy Lin took first place individually and the Rough Dawgs (is that a thing?) ran away with the win by 17 strokes over Utah.
- While it hasn’t resulted in a flood of commitments yet, most of the feedback coming from UW recruits has been very positive about the new staff and the team’s direction. Add another tally to that column from a recent interview with Edge prospect Trey Wilson out of Texas.
- In the NIL space, Washington and Adidas announced that UW athletes will have a path to become paid brand ambassadors for the apparel company. It’s the sort of agreement that could mean a lot, or could mean next to nothing based on how it is utilized, so let’s keep an eye on how it develops.
INTRODUCING YOUR FIRST NATIONAL WOMEN’S COLLEGE CLUB BASEBALL CHAMPS— Baseball For All (@baseballfor_all) March 22, 2022
Huge congrats to the players from the @UW women’s club baseball team on clinching the first title in modern college baseball history #BFACollegeChampionships #baseballhistory pic.twitter.com/00spu4feaB