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Spring Position Breakdown: Secondary

New faces will try to shore up a leaky secondary.

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Dots: Reunited and it feels so good

Greg and Vita, together again officially.

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Spring Position Breakdown: Linebackers

Washington hopes a healthy Ulofoshio will help turn this into a position of strength for the first time in years

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Wednesday Dots: Springing Back

Players to watch, basketball in the Super 16, and more.

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Spring Position Rundown: The Edge

No, not Bono’s guitarist and singer of the Rattle and Hum sleeper, Van Diemen’s Land.

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Tuesday Dots: Menifield Of Dreams

The Huskies received some well-needed good news with the return of the Electric Freshman Keyon Menifield

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Weekly Six Pac: Something’s Bruin

UCLA may not be long for the Pac, but they’re making it count while they’re still here

Monday Dots: Women’s Basketball Shows Steady Improvement

Softball beats #3, but drops a pair

Spring Position Breakdown: Defensive Line

Washington returns everyone of note from last year but is still searching for the next breakout star on the line

Recruiting Roundup: Taking A Look At Some Upcoming Unofficial Visitors

Recruiting Roundup: Taking A Look At Some Upcoming Unofficial Visits

Friday Dots: Moving On

The Huskies defeated San Francisco in the first round of the WNIT

Announcement: A new commenting system is coming to UW Dawg Pound

Coming Thursday, comments will look different.

UWDP Updated Site Guidelines

Please read for information about how we’ll be handling comments during our time without live sports

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UWDP Recruiting Notebook

Analysis and Notes on UW Commits & Prospects

Spring Position Breakdown: Offensive Line

Another Serving of Beef?

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Thursday Dots: One last shot

Plus newcomers to football and a track national title.

Spring Position Breakdown: Tight Ends

Can the UW tight ends reach new heights in Year 2 under Deboer?

Grant Enters Transfer Portal, Fuller Reported to Follow

Two more Huskies are on their way out the door

Wednesday Dots: Money Moves

Huskies in the NFL signing new contracts, women’s hoops in the NIT, and a spring practice update.

2023 Spring Position Breakdown: Wide Receivers

How will the Dawgs build on a stellar season from the receiving corps?

Weekly Six Pac: No Great Conference Has Existed Without a Touch of March Madness

Pac-12 goes dancing, especially on the women’s side

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the Gekko Files - PAC 12 previews

Tuesday Dots: NIT Bound

The Washington Women’s Hoops Team will be Hosting San Francisco this Thursday in the NIT

Spring Position Breakdown: Running Backs

Year 2 of RB Portal Fun

Spring Position Breakdown: Quarterbacks

Mike, Morris, and (not yet here) Mack... sounds like the beginning of a limerick.

Monday Dots: Hopping Mad

Husky basketball stays the course

Mike Hopkins Returning For 2023-24 Season

The Huskies will not have a new head coach in men’s basketball despite a lackluster 6th season at the helm

Recruiting Roundup: Taking A Look At A Handful Of New Offers That Went Out In the 2024 Class

Recruiting Roundup: Taking A Look At Some Of The New Offers In the 2024 Class

Langston Wilson Announces Intention to Enter Transfer Portal

The Husky forward appears to be headed on after 2 seasons at Washington

Dots: Diamond Dawgs

Softball and baseball Pac-12 home play starts today, woo!

Weekly Six Pac: Days Late and Dollars Short

Some spring practice notes and unexpected conference champs

Dawgs Can’t Close in Pac-12 Tourney Loss

Washington’s season is over as everyone waits to see whether Mike Hopkins has coached his last game in Seattle

Q&A With On Montlake’s Christian Caple

A conversation with Christian about his new site plus a little Husky football talk

Wednesday Dots: Tourney Time

Can the Huskies end the season on a high note? Plus, spring practice marches on.

Pac-12 Tourney: Colorado Game Thread

The 8th seeded Dawgs take on the 9th seeded Buffs looking to complete a 3-game season sweep

Brooks Jr. Earns 2nd Team All-Conference Honors

While Braxton Meah earned all-defense and Keyon Menifield was all-freshman

Tuesday Dots: Day One Done

The first day of spring ball is in the books

Monday Dots: R.I.P., Joe

A Husky legend passes away