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Dots: Spring Camp is Finished. Now What?

Dots: Spring Camp is Finished. Now What?

If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning UW Athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, feel free to follow Ryan on Twitter and to subscribe to his lists of UW's beat reporters, Washington athletes, Washington coaches, and Washington athletics prospects. To the Dots! Football Dots Spring practice is over and the long wait until fall begins. What did ESPN takeaway from the final spring scrimmage? Hear from Chris Petersen, Kieshawn Bierria, Tevis Bartlett, and Myles Gaskin after the spring preview. Sports Illustrated profiles Kevin King and how the talented Husky became a...
18 hours ago
Sweet Revenge: Husky Softball sweeps postseason nemesis Alabama

Sweet Revenge: Husky Softball sweeps postseason nemesis Alabama

A year after getting eliminated by the Crimson Tide in the Super Regionals in Tuscaloosa, the 9th-ranked Huskies picked up two resume-building wins against #12 Bama behind Taran Alvelo’s dominant right arm. Author’s note: Previously, I had done a Pac-12 summary as part of this post. I now also write for Pacific Takes, where I do an unbiased (okay, Pac-12 biased, but not UW biased) recap of the week in #Pac12SB. Instead, I will also do more of a preview of the Huskies’ next opponent, as well as a recap of the previous weekend. I will still put standings here, but if you want a more...
Apr 22, 2017
Huskies Land Top Oregon Defensive End

Huskies Land Top Oregon Defensive End

Huskies Get DE From Oregon Husky coaches got some extremely good news today when Draco Bynum a 3 star defensive end committed to UW over offers from USC, and Oregon. He is from Wilsonville HS, OR. Below are his highlights from a game. Coach Pete tweeted out the following tweet to signify the news: #WOOF#PurpleReign— Coach Petersen (@CoachPeteUW) April 22, 2017 Welcome Draco.
Apr 22, 2017
Washington Football Spring Preview Live Thread:

Washington Football Spring Preview Live Thread:

Talk about the Spring Preview with fellow Husky fans as it all unfolds here! Howdy Dawg Pound. As many of you know, the Washington Football Spring Preview is today. It’s our chance to get a glimpse into just how spring practice has been going for the Huskies. We have instructions for how you can watch without being in the stadium here. You can stream it, watch it on your TV or maybe listen to live reports on the radio. The possibilities are endless so long as you do one of those three things! We have all been hearing the reports. Who has been standing out? Who has been fading back? Now we...
Apr 22, 2017
How to Watch the Spring Preview: Time, TV Schedule, Live Streaming, and More

How to Watch the Spring Preview: Time, TV Schedule, Live Streaming, and More

It’s not a game, but it is Husky Football. We’ll take it. Seattle, WA - Washington will hold its 2017 Spring Preview at Husky Stadium. The annual intrasquad event will beak the players up into two teams and will feature drills and live scrimmage. “Kickoff” is scheduled for 12 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Network. Fan Fest kicks off at 10:00 AM in the Dempsey Indoor Practice Facility and will feature football-related activities for fans, merchandise, entertainment for kids, and autograph sessions with Husky players. Admission is free to the public. It will the Huskies’ fourth spring...
Apr 21, 2017
Noah Dickerson Staying at UW

Noah Dickerson Staying at UW

The Big Man Has Decided not to Transfer pic.twitter.com/ft5g8JjMVr— Noah Dickerson (@NDickerson15) April 22, 2017 Noah Dickerson announced on Friday night that he will be returning to play basketball at the University of Washington under Coach Hopkins. The sophomore forward averaged 12.5 points and 8.2 rebounds per game last season. He was the team’s leading rebounder by a significant margin and their 3rd leading scorer. Dickerson really came on late once Markelle Fultz went out with an injury, averaging 21 points and 10 rebounds during the last 4 contests. Dickerson asked...
Apr 21, 2017
Friday Dots: Replacing Rondeau like “finding another Michael Jordan”

Friday Dots: Replacing Rondeau like “finding another Michael Jordan”

Someone else will take his job, but the legendary voice of the Huskies cannot be replaced If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning UW Athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, feel free to follow Ryan on Twitter and to subscribe to his lists of UW's beat reporters, Washington athletes, Washington coaches, and Washington athletics prospects. To the Dots! Football Dots Fansided has five things to watch for in tomorrow’s Spring Preview. Adam Jude has a story on the retiring of Bob Rondeau. One of his bosses says replacing Rondeau will be “like trying to find another Michael...
Apr 20, 2017
Iconic broadcaster signing off

Iconic broadcaster signing off

Bob Rondeau will call it a career following the 2017 football season. Change is always hard. Our recent threads around the state of the basketball program underline that particular point. Nevertheless, change always “is”, even when the “is” is not necessarily what the masses want. Husky nation is feeling that same sensation today upon news that legendary Husky broadcaster Bob Rondeau has decided to call it a career after the 2017 football season. Rondeau has been associated with Washington athletics since 1978 in a career that has spanned duties as both play-by-play and color...
Apr 20, 2017
Dots: UW’s 2018 Recruiting Class Ranked No. 8 by ESPN

Dots: UW’s 2018 Recruiting Class Ranked No. 8 by ESPN

The first class rankings of the year are out and the UW found itself ranked No. 1 in the Pac-12 and in the Top-10 nationally. If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning UW Athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, feel free to follow Ryan on Twitter and to subscribe to his lists of UW's beat reporters, Washington athletes, Washington coaches, and Washington athletics prospects. To the Dots! Football Dots From ESPN’s Erik McKinney (I don’t pay for Insider and I’m assuming most of you don’t either): “The 2018 class recruiting rankings are out and Washington leads...
Apr 19, 2017
Dots: Getting Established

Dots: Getting Established

Chris Petersen wants to ensure last season wasn’t a flash in the plan. Plus, a day in the life of new basketball coach Mike Hopkins. If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning UW Athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, feel free to follow Ryan on Twitter and to subscribe to his lists of UW's beat reporters, Washington athletes, Washington coaches, and Washington athletics prospects. To the Dots! Football Dots For Chris Petersen, it’s all back to square one to build on 2016’s success. Is Chris Petersen’s huge new contract going to change the Pac-12 landscape? Not as...
Apr 18, 2017
Jaylen Nowell Sticks with UW Commitment

Jaylen Nowell Sticks with UW Commitment

This marks the first big win of Coach Hopkins’ short tenure 4-star guard Jaylen Nowell from Garfield High School announced today that he will stick with his letter of intent and play basketball next year at the University of Washington. Nowell originally committed to the University of Washington in June of 2016 under coach Lorenzo Romar. It was announced this weekend that Romar is joining Sean Miller’s staff at Arizona as an assistant coach but that wasn’t enough to dissuade Nowell from staying home. The 6’5 Nowell is rated the #56 recruit by ESPN, #71 by Rivals, and #82 by...
Apr 18, 2017
Dots: Freaks

Dots: Freaks

Kevin King’s athleticism is of the “freak” variety. If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning UW Athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, feel free to follow Ryan on Twitter and to subscribe to his lists of UW's beat reporters, Washington athletes, Washington coaches, and Washington athletics prospects. To the Dots! Football Dots Has there been a faster draft board riser since the season ended than Kevin King? Pro Football Focus places him in their top 10 athletic freaks list. Another Husky made the list too! Myles Gaskin can make history with a big 2017...
Apr 17, 2017
Dots: Qualls’ Journey to the NFL Draft

Dots: Qualls’ Journey to the NFL Draft

If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning UW Athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, feel free to follow Ryan on Twitter and to subscribe to his lists of UW's beat reporters, Washington athletes, Washington coaches, and Washington athletics prospects. To the Dots! Football Dots For Elijah Qualls, football provided stability during some rough times growing up. Is Joe Mathis a big time sleeper pick in the draft? Most mock drafts have John Ross in the first round, but none this high. Anyone looking for a detailed review on all the new NCAA rule changes should read this SI...
Apr 14, 2017
After What Seems an Eternal Wait, Jody Wynn is Named the New Women’s Basketball Coach

After What Seems an Eternal Wait, Jody Wynn is Named the New Women’s Basketball Coach

After a busy couple of weeks, Athletic Director Jennifer Cohen has announced that Jody Wynn will be the Coach of the Women’s program. What seemed like a millennium, was actually only a couple weeks. And there was a lot of Athletic Director duties going on, such as extending our beloved football coach. But those of us die hard Women’s Hoops fans were impatient, we needed to know! I know who I wanted, as I’m sure everyone else did. I had my favorite and when I heard Jody Wynn’s name in the mix of those being looked at I was not super excited, but I understood why she was in the...
Apr 14, 2017
Friday Dots: Baseball, softball teams get big wins

Friday Dots: Baseball, softball teams get big wins

OSU baseball hadn’t lost in 23 games; Oregon softball hadn’t lost at home.. until yesterday If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning UW Athletics all in one easy-to-digest format, feel free to follow Ryan on Twitter and to subscribe to his lists of UW's beat reporters, Washington athletes, Washington coaches, and Washington athletics prospects. To the Dots! Football Dots 4 star DT from Idaho has the Dawgs on his list: Beyond Blessed to announce my top 8!!! pic.twitter.com/LhixaPqQ9B— Tommy Togiai (@Big_Tom71) April 14, 2017 Sports Illustrated has a feature on...