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Monday Dots: Running on Dots

Husky Hoops stall out in big home test

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NCAA Basketball: Arizona State at Washington Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Gotta do what you can just to keep your Dots alive

Trying not to confuse it with what you do to survive

  • The Husky men’s basketball team led #6 Arizona 44-42 early in the second half. From that point forward, the Wildcats outscored the Dawgs 53-28: not the kind of defensive performance you would want from a coach who prides himself on that end. With the Huskies continuing to flounder at 5-7 in conference and a readily apparent chasm between their performances and the conference’s elite, Larry Stone writes that time may be running short on the Mike Hopkins era.

  • UW hasn’t had the best luck recruiting high school tight ends in recent years. Greg Biggins notes that Decker DeGraaf, one of the top 2025 TEs in the west, had a great visit to UW over the weekend. DeGraaf was one of several recruits on campus over the weekend and Dawgman has notes on many of them.


  • Former Husky QB Sam Huard officially announced he is transferring to FCS Cal Poly where the new offensive coordinator is his former HS coach Sheldon Cross. It would not be a surprise to see fellow UW transfer Lonyatta Alexander join his former QB and HS coach there as well.