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Wednesday Dots: Vote for Rome

Several Huskies have received awards or are up for post-season awards, including Rome Odunze; and the end of an era for the Husky Marching Band.

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Not a lot of time for patience from the offense since they have to face Washington State on Saturday.

Football Dots

“It really was about what Washington did this past weekend in going up to Reser Stadium, a tough place to play. Their defense has come around and played well the past six quarters, giving up a total of 20 points. As we looked at Washington over the course of the season and looked at Florida State this past week in Week 12 we decided to put Washington ahead,”

  • A noticeable part of the defense against Oregon State was CB Jabbar Muhammad, and he is getting some national recognition (in addition to being the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week).
  • Several Huskies are up for post-season awards.
  • adidas is helping to promote Rome for the best receiver in the country.

and you can, too, by voting for Rome.

  • A big reason why UW won their latest games is that the defense has stepped up.
  • In Mike Vorel’s Notebook, he writes about Carson Bruener stepping up against Oregon State, the Penix to Odunze connection, and waiting on McMillan.

Washington Athletics Dots

  • UW’s Track & Field and Cross Country coach Maurica Powell has been named West Region Women’s Coach of the Year.
  • It isn’t just Apple Cup weekend for UW football; Friday the volleyball team plays WSU, too.
  • Enter a chance to win flights and tickets to the Pac-12 Championship game in Las Vegas.
  • UW Marching Band Director Dr. Brad McDavid is retiring after 30 years.
  • The UW Men’s Basketball team has a home game next week, then off to Las Vegas (where they will be playing right after the football team plays in the Pac-12 Championship game).
  • The Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams are collecting winter supplies for those in need in Seattle.