Let's hope that Coach Petersen and the UW academic support staff did a great job selling Eifler on the school. They face some stiff competition for him from Cal, UCLA, Michigan, Oregon & Texas A&M.
This BSU fan posts a poll and it follows with a pretty good discussion in the comments thread.
Another great Dawg and a citizen of the Greatest Generation has passed on. RIP Boody.
As reported earlier, UW Men and Women advanced all of their boats to the IRA Championship final round on Sunday morning. It was a dominating day for UW as the Men won all four of the races they were in to ensure that all five of its boats will compete for championships today. Full results can be found here
The UW Women had a satisfying day of their own. The Dawgs had three boats in the semis and ended the day with a 2nd and two 3rd place finishes to ensure that all of them advance to today's championships.
You can follow all of the action by following @uwhuskycrew on Twitter. Races begin at 8:40am ET on SundayFollow @chrislandon
It was truly a remarkable day for the best crew program on the planet as UW was the only school in the nation to advance all of its boats to the IRA championship round. Weather is causing substantial changes to tomorrow's race schedule, so be sure to check out www.twitter.com/uwhuskycrew for all the latest updates.
Some good stuff here - it's always a pleasure to listen to Coach Petersen speak.
Washington Commit Malik Dime named JUCO recruit to watch
#1 seeded Washington Crew dominated all five of its Men's races in today's opening day at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships. The Huskies are defending their four straight national titles. By finishing first in all of its heats today, all of UW's boats will advance to Saturday morning's semi-finals with one boat already qualifying for Sunday's final.
UPDATE: The Women's Rowing team advanced all three of its boats in the first day of the Regatta. The Dawgs scored two first place finishes and a second in a stellar day for the Ladies.
The Huskies start Day 2 of the IRAs on Saturday morning at 8:30am ET.
Dylan is the son of Ed McCaffrey and younger brother of Stanford's Christian McCaffrey. Other offers out at QB for 2017 include Tua Tagovailoa out of Hawaii and Tate Martell (who has already ruled out Washington).
Yikes! Sideways, no crossing in the middle and the outside had no wings to it at all. Yes it's a slow day.