Washington Huskies News for March 2, 2014
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Pac-12 Networks (Washington) to air a UW encore Monday before...

%%%981af2806b8826b82c7a6a07e167be20%%%Pac-12 Networks will re-air Washington's 70-65 upset of No. 18 Cal on Monday at 12:3opm (PT) in Washington. Freshman G Kelsey Plum scored 22 points, including four key shots from the foul line in the waning minute, to seal the win. The Bears, however, played wit

Huskies, Cougars draw late openers for Pac-12 women’s tournament...

Huskies, Cougars draw late openers for Pac-12 women’s tournament

Huskies Are The Choice For Gaskin [$]

O'Dea (Seattle, Wa.) RB Myles Gaskin has seen his stock rise since the end of his junior season, but on Sunday, after meeting for a second time with the Husky coaching staff, the talented runner decided he'd seen enough and made his decision to commit to Washington...

O'Dea running back commits to UW for Class of 2015

O'Dea High School running back Myles Gaskin, one of the state's top recruits for the Class of 2015, has committed to Washington, according to Scout.com and 247sports.com. Gaskin, listed at 5-feet-10, 180 pounds, is rated as a four-star recruit by Scout. UW, under the Steve Sarkisian regime, was the first to offer Gaskin a scholarship in November. Since then, Washington State and Arizona State had also offered him. Here are some of Gaskin's highlights.

Morning links: Nine Pac-12 teams seperated by three games

With two regular-season games left, the best Washington can finish in the Pac-12 is 10-8. There are three teams (Arizona, UCLA and Arizona State) with at least 10 conference wins and Stanford can become the fourth on Sunday if the Cardinal are able to upset the third-ranked Wildcats and hand them first loss this season at McKale Center. The Huskies (16-13, 8-8) are rooting for Arizona to knock off Stanford (18-9, 9-6). Arizona (26-2, 13-2) is guaranteed the No. 1 seed in the Pac-12 Tournament, b

DawgmanRadio: Barton/Johnson [$]

BELLEVUE - Chris Fetters was at Interlake High School Sunday to check out Barton Football's Winter Showcase - one last chance for seniors to be seen by Division-2 and DIII coaches. It was also a great opportunity to talk with Taylor Barton and Northwest Elite Index's Jordan Johnson about the state of NW Football, Chris Petersen's effect on in-state recruiting, as well as get a Vegas 7-on preview.

Pre-Spring Depth Chart

We take a crack at predicting what the two-deep would look like if the Huskies were to play a live game as Spring practices are about to get underway. OFFENSE: Cyler Miles and Damore'ea Stringfellow were omitted for obvious reasons, and that really hurts the depth at WR. With Kasen Williams coming off of injury and surgery, it's probably the best bet that he's a non-contact participant for the entirety of the spring. I think that Darrell Daniels will definitely see some reps at WR, if not a p

Defensive player rankings from SoCal [$]

Linebacker Lokeni Toailoa has an offer from Washington and was among the top defensive performers at the RCS in SoCal on Saturday.

RCS SoCal: Top Offensive Performers [$]

Rob Cassidy breaks down the top offensive performers from the SoCal Rivals Camp Series over the weekend.

Huskies roll over Cougars

SEATTLE (AP) - The Huskies knew DaVonte Lacy was going to be able to score against them; they just weren't going to let the rest of the Washington State roster follow suit.

Paulo emerges on scene

Sacramento (Calif.) Grant lineman Darrin Paulo has started to see his recruitment really take off recently.

Creason outlines phenomenal week

Cody Creason received his first three offers in one day, and his recruitment has really taken off since then.

Newsome talks UT offer [$]

Ryan Newsome is one of the state's hottest prospects and Texas has now officially entered the race for the Aledo star. Newsome talks about his UT visit and getting a Texas offer.

Adolphus not rushing decision

Gardena (Calif.) Serra defensive end Corey Adolphus has plenty of West Coast interest already with more on the way.

Three-star RB talks two visits

Bolu Olornfunmi recently visited both USC and UCLA and hopes at least one visit could soon result from those trips.

Goens keeps adding offers

Trent Goens added offers from Washington and Washington State recently, bringing his total up to five.

Milo taking his time on decision

Bar Milo is picking up more interest but admits his recruitment has been pretty slow in recent weeks since West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade won the state title.

Lemieux adding more schools

Shane Lemieux keeps loading up with offers and even more interest as college coaches across the country become more familiar with the Yakima (Wash.) West Valley offensive tackle.

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