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Friday Dots: Can Kalen DeBoer continue his run of fixing broken programs?

The first year coach has succeeded at every stop

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Football

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Going to the game? See what is new for 2022:

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Game week content from Dawgman:

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Podcasts:

  • Get a SoCal preview of the Pac-12 on the Podcast of Champions. David Woods picks both the Huskies and Cougars to lose (to the spread) this week.

  • Caple and O’Neil preview Washington’s season opener, discuss preferred football viewing methods, and pick a few Pac-12 games. Trigger alert: Tyrone Willingham will be mentioned.

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Game week stuff from The Daily:

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Kalen DeBoer’s last three stops featured a combined record of 10-26 in the season before he was hired. The next full season, that record was 28-12:

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On Dom Hampton: “You’re talking about one of the strongest and fastest guys on the team, and he’s sitting there weighing 220 to 225 pounds.” -Chuck Morrell

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Women’s Soccer

In the most evenly-matched game of the 2022 season, Washington escaped trouble behind a late goal versus Texas Tech:

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Retro Dot

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