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UW’s Shaq Thompson on Hornung Award watch list

UW’s Shaq Thompson on Hornung Award watch list

Photo: Associated Press, KPUG

According to The Seattle Times, Washington Husky linebacker Shaq Thompson has been named to the Paul Hornun Award watch list. Thompson joins 46 others players to the watch list for the award given to college football’s most versatile player.

Thompson is also one of three Husky players on the Chuck Bednarik Award watch list, which is awarded to the game’s top defensive player. Joining Thompson is Hau’oli Kikaha and Danny Shelton.

Also according to The Times, Husky Stadium came in ninth place in a list of Top 10 stadiums in college football compiled by Athlon Sports.

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