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Nov.
14th

Morning links: Heading to Pasadena, and looking at Myles Jack

Myles Jack, now a freshman at UCLA, celebrates with the 3A state championship trophy after winning it at Bellevue High School last year. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Myles Jack, now a freshman at UCLA, celebrates with the 3A state championship trophy after winning it at Bellevue High School last year. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

It’s about time to get on a plane for Los Angeles — OK, that won’t happen for a few hours, but close enough — where Washington plays at UCLA tomorrow night. First, we have links.

Our story in today’s newspaper is about Bellevue High School alum Myles Jack, his dual-threat capabilities and his decision to play for the Bruins. Also, here are this week’s Pac-12 picks.

— The UW men’s basketball team is in action tonight at 8 against UC-Irvine. The Huskies will be without sophomore forward Jernard Jarreau, who tore the ACL in his right knee and will miss the rest of the season. Read more »

Nov.
11th

Steve Sarkisian says Myles Jack ‘such a different back than what they have’

Steve Sarkisian didn’t have a formal Monday press conference today, given the holiday and the short week. But he did meet with reporters for approximately 12 minutes after the Huskies’ practice this afternoon.

Not much news to pass along, other than a few injury notes. Sarkisian said he’s “hopeful” senior safety Will Shamburger will be able to play, but the fact that they play on Friday doesn’t help. Shaq Thompson, who missed some time on Saturday with a stinger, is “good to go,” Sarkisian said.

On to Sarkisian’s additional comments, which include the topic of Myles Jack’s two-way play for the Bruins … Read more »