Well I’m gonna park the cars and get check the luggage, and well, I’ll be outside for the season.
Merry Christmas, everyone! It’s been a fun first season here on the Husky beat, and I appreciate so many of you sticking with me, and us, through the transition. It feels like we’re just getting started, and I’m excited about the future. I’m wrapping up a feature on Marcus Peters for Thursday’s paper, and I’ll be leaving for San Francisco later today in advance of Friday’s Fight Hunger Bowl, so unless there’s breaking news, this will probably be the last post of the day here.
The Huskies, by the way, are scheduled to volunteer in the kitchen at Glide Memorial Church this morning in San Francisco. I’ll pass along any details on that I get.
Enjoy the day. Be safe, be merry, be sure to drink your Ovaltine.
— How Chris Petersen, his wife and Make-A-Wish made a sick fan’s dream come true in Boise.
— From Christian Caple: Keith Price ranks among UW’s all-time greats, despite the critics.
— No sophomore slump for BYU running back Jamaal Williams.
— BYU quarterback Taysom Hill is treating the Fight Hunger Bowl like any other game.
— Oregon State topped Boise State in the Hawaii Bowl.
— The Boise State notebook from the Idaho Statesman, including a recap of the coaching shuffle from Boise to UW.
— UCLA’s Brett Hundley is weighing his options.