Keith Gilbertson and his Washington Huskies football team will start practices on Thursday, Aug. 12 in Husky Stadium. That's barely over a month away, Dawg fans. Hang in there.
Washington will host it's annual Picture Day in Husky Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 14. It has typically begun after the morning practice session is over, around noon or 12:30.
The Huskies will then take the Dawg show south down the road to Olympia. Washington will practice at Evergreen State College for one week beginning Sunday, Aug. 15.
Specific practice times have yet to be determined.
One event Dawgman.com plans on attending will be the Pac-10 football media day, which will be held Wednesday, Aug. 28 at the Sheraton Hotel in Los Angeles. We'll bring back as many interviews, stories, and general Pac-10 minutiae as we can from this event.
Of course, you all already have Sunday September 5th circled on your calendars, right? That is the evening that the Dawgs kick off the season with a home opener clash against the very tough Fresno State Bulldogs.
Until then, enjoy your summer Dawgfans! For any of you making the Notre Dame trip, if you want to catch up to us we're probably going to be staying at the Holiday Inn Executive Conference Center. & Holidome, located on 5820 Franklin Street in Michigan City, Indiana. Hope to catch up to some Dawg fans in South Bend!
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