He announced it on his Twitter feed. I'll let you sort out for yourselves how you feel about this. He currently self-identifies as a reporter covering the Mariners, Seahawks, and Huskies for the Seattle P-I. That alone represents a few strikes against him right there:
1. That's right; he works for the Seattle P-I. The Seattle P-I has degenerated from a legitimate source of journalism to a loosely-connected set of terrible blogs.
2. Serving his current role at the P-I implies very strongly that he'll not be able to be on-site in Pullman for reports from camp or in-season reports.
3. Obviously, while this means less to me than to some others, the kid is a Husky. Normally, I wouldn't consider this alone to be a major strike against him. Believe it or not, I know many reasonable Huskies who aren't that bad to be around.
On the other hand, I don't know any Huskies -- other than anonymous ones on Dawgman.com -- who have written anything like this:
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