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In 1998, an Eastern Washington senior defensive back named Jimmy Lake was pondering what to do with his business-management degree. All he knew, Lake told the Times two decades later, was that he wanted to “manage and make money.”
In 1998, an Eastern Washington senior defensive back named Jimmy Lake was pondering what to do with his business-management degree. All he knew, Lake told the Times two decades later, was that he wanted to “manage and make money.”
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Huskies coach Jimmy Lake wanted to keep the best 2021 in-state standouts at home; on early signing day, did he accomplish that goal?

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 17, 2020

On Jan. 18, Jimmy Lake stood on the purple “W” at half court inside Alaska Airlines Arena – surrounded by 9,268 spectators. During a timeout in the Husky men’s hoops game against rival Oregon, Washington’s new head coach addressed the Montlake masses – with a purple towel in his right hand and a microphone in his left.