The Morning Haul: 12/29

Now that we have entered the off season for Husky football, it feels like it is all about the recruiting. Not only does Washington have a great set of 2013 verbal commits to hold on to as National Signing Day approaches, but Coach Sarkisian and his assistants are also in on several high-profile recruits that will not decide until then as well. As the crazy speculative madness continues, we will keep you updated on anything worth knowing. Today, however, it’s mostly husky basketball with a quick note from Condotta.

Stories Especially Worth Reading:

Here is another Connecticut game preview from Percy Allen of the Seattle Times.

Pomeroy has predicted a grim five-game losing streak for the Huskies, according to Percy Allen, who also has a bit about five-star super recruit Aaron Gordon.

Speaking of Gordon, here is a look at Gordon’s performance at the Les Schwab Invitational tournament, where he has absolutely torn it up, from Fansided’s Left Coast Recruiting, a site covering west coast high school basketball and run by Jason McCleary out of Tacoma. I’ll be linking to this site whenever a Washington recruit comes up in the conversation.

A handy look at the true freshmen who saw time this year, meaning that they burned one year of eligibility. A great way to brush up on info heading into the offseason, as even as someone who was paying a good amount of attention for the purposes of writing for the site, some of the position stuff got a little crazy, especially when it came to the offensive line.

On the football side of things,

Topics: Basketball, Football, Washington Huskies

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