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University of Washington Huskies iPhone Wallpapers

How to save an image from your iPhone
Click on one of the thumbnails. When the larger image loads, press down on the iPhone wallpaper until “Save Image” appears. Go to your Photos App on your iPhone and from there you will be able to set it as your iPhone wallpaper. For more info, check out our How to use page to find out how to add and set wallpaper on your iPhone.

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Report: Huskies DB coach Jimmy Lake promoted to defensive … – The News Tribune

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Report: Huskies DB coach Jimmy Lake promoted to defensive …
The News Tribune
Washington's busy offseason continued Tuesday with the program reportedly promoting defensive backs Jimmy Lake to defensive coordinator. Lake will not only be the Huskies' defensive coordinator but he will also call plays, according to FOX Sports

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The Washington Huskies aren’t staying silent when it comes to social injustice – The News Tribune

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The Washington Huskies aren't staying silent when it comes to social injustice
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He joined UW's College of Education in 1995. Taylor's work focuses on topics such as social injustice. Hopkins said Taylor recently met with the team and they spoke for 90 minutes. The session was meant for UW's players and Hopkins says he's a little

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UW Notebook: Huskies WR to transfer; 10th assistant officially joins staff – The News Tribune

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UW Notebook: Huskies WR to transfer; 10th assistant officially joins staff
The News Tribune
Senior receiver Brayden Dickey, a former-three star prospect, tweeted Wednesday evening he will transfer from Washington. Dickey, who recently changed his legal surname from Lenius, appeared in all 13 games in 2017. He caught nine passes for 89 yards
Wide receiver Brayden Dickey (Lenius) announces transfer from UWSeattle Times

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