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Sounds like a great recipe, coach:
Has Huard closed the gap between himself and Dylan Morris?
Could Sam Huard win the backup QB role by season's end (and how much does it matter)? How concerned should you be about the cornerback position? And is it time to change my UW-Oregon pick?— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) September 8, 2022
I addressed all of that in this week's UW football mailbag: https://t.co/9AtOVjrin1
Not sure where the notion came from that DeBoer/Grubb run a “spread” offense:
The Husky TE was supposed to be dying breed. Mark Redman and a few others left. Oh, contrare ...https://t.co/Y4MKuDhv7t— Washington Huskies on FanNation at SI.com (@UWFanNation) September 8, 2022
Asa broke his ribs. Twice.
Asa Turner missed a few games in 2021. It probably should have been more.https://t.co/hATIWBYYkz— Washington Huskies on FanNation at SI.com (@UWFanNation) September 8, 2022
Game week content from Dawgman:
- PFF “Focus on the Foe”
- Portland State/UW “By the Numbers”
- JaMarcus Shepard on his WR group
- How to Watch
The coaches show is fun again:
I thought we had one of our best coaches shows in a long time last night. @KalenDeBoer was candid in telling stories about the Kent State game, and @RomeOdunze was an awesome guest and could be an announcer someday!— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) September 8, 2022
O’Neil wonders what would have happened if Kent State had pounded the run early.
It's Episode 16 of Say Who, Say Pod, hosted by @dannyoneil and myself. We break down Washington's win over Kent State and other action around the Pac-12.— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) September 8, 2022
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#13 Huskies drop first set, then come alive:
Claire Hoffman finished with 14 kills. Madi Endsley (12) and sophomore Emoni Bush (10) got into double-digit kills as well:
The Huskies have won four Pac-12 titles under coach Keegan Cook, have made four consecutive Sweet 16s, qualified four times for the Elite Eight, and made a trip to the Final Four two seasons ago:
After last year’s title pursuits were cut down by Texas in the Sweet 16, it’s championship or bust for UW volleyball seniors this season. https://t.co/psl26G4Gog— Seattle Times Sports (@SeaTimesSports) September 8, 2022
Losing two superstars would have sent most teams into a rebuilding period, but not Washington. Men’s coach Alan Murray has a surplus of pieces that can fill the holes.
The women’s squad returns all five starters:
The men’s golf season tees off this weekend in Arizona for the annual Maui Jim Intercollegiate: