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Friday Dots: Will Dom Hampton’s aggressive play fit the “Husky” role?

Plus, it’s been 30 years since Husky Stadium got record-loud against Nebraska

Eastern Washington v Washington Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images

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Football

Dominique Hampton is going to be one of the most important players for the Huskies, wherever they line him up:

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Impressive development:

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UW has a few QB offers out right now, but cross off Aiden Chiles. he will play for Jonathan Smith at Oregon State:

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133.6 decibel level at this game. 130 decibels is considered the threshold of pain to our ears. Still the loudest ever?

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Dawgman digs into special teams:

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All camps and clinics are held at Husky Stadium:

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Track and Field

In the 10,000-meter, Haley Herberg placed seventh with a 33:20.33 time, landing First-Team All-America honors.

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Volleyball

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Retro Dot

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