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Huskies high on Spitz's list

Huskies high on Spitz's list

One unsung player in the state of Washington this year has been Mead TE/DE Dan Spitz. He already has an offer from Washington State and now the Washington Huskies, along with several other schools have begun to increase their attention on the young man from Spokane. Dawgman.com recently caught up the gifted football player and got his thoughts on his season and recruiting…

"Our season has gone pretty well," Spitz said recently. "If CV (Central Valley) loses their next game, assuming we win our game, we'll go to the playoffs. If we don't win and they don't win or if we win and they win then it basically goes into a ‘Texas Playoff' which is basically an overtime deal that we would play in the middle of the week. "None of us want that, but we want to go to the...

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