WASHINGTON HUSKIES RUMORS & GOSSIP
Washington will begin its earliest spring practice under Steve Sarkisian on Tuesday and at the top of the agenda is getting Keith Price back to being the quarterback he was two years ago and not the inconsistent player he was in 2012.
Price threw 19 touchdowns against 13 interceptions last season as a junior when the Huskies went 7-6. It was part of a significant drop in Washington...
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Washington sophomore offensive lineman Ben Riva isn’t just a starter on the Huskies’...
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The 2012 Washington Huskies football season saw dramatic depth chart upheaval, for the better and for the worse. Tailback Bishop Sankey came out of nowhere to solidify the running back position as one of the team’s strengths.
But injuries exposed a lack of depth and experience on the offensive line.
Starting all over the field as a freshman, Shaq Thompson did...
APPLE CUP ANTICS
The Apple Cup always brings out the best in the fans of Washington and Washington State. The annual battle for state supremacy was a memorable one with Washington State winning 31-28 in overtime. To anyone who lives outside of Washington, we have something to make you care about this otherwise meaningless Pac-12 game. A group of Washington State fans decided to rip out a set of bleachers...
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So much to like about this game. Just a great all-around performance by the Washington Huskies.
This team is starting to look real good.
Bishop Sankey passed 1,000 yards on the season. Kasen Williams had seven catches, 73 yards, and a touchdown. Austin Seferian-Jenkins broke the all-time UW receptions record for tight ends. And...
2011-2012 was a glorious offensive season for the Huskies. True freshmen Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Kasen Williams made big contributions to the team, Keith Price could hit a dime with a deep ball, and Chris Polk dominated the competition all season, en route to finishing up his career at UW as the number two rusher of all time.
After his monster season, Polk went...
If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen. Here it comes.
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Could the effort put forth by OSU last weekend have been more uninspiring? Definition of self destruction: an Oregon State drive. Two dropped passes for potential first downs, four interceptions, two false start penalties leaving the team in third and long situations, and a fourth down catch which...
First and foremost, a hearty congratulations goes out to the Washington Huskies for upending the No. 8-ranked Stanford Cardinal on Thursday night by a score of 17-13 in a monumental upset. With that out of the way, let us turn to the sideline antics of Washington defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox, who was caught on camera [...]
The LSU Tigers have a tradition of putting their live Tiger mascot right next to the tunnel that visiting teams run onto the field through.
This weekend LSU faces the visiting Washington Huskies in Death Valley. Generally the stadiums in the SEC can be pretty intimidating places for first time visiting players and LSU’s Death Valley is no exception.
Washington is prepared though...
The Washington Huskies knew this weekend’s game against top-ranked LSU would be a big challenge – but they didn’t expect they’d have to face it without several key players. Head coach Steve Sarkisian confirmed on Monday that tailback Jesse Callier and defensive end Hau’oli Jamora will be out for the remainder of the 2012 season [...]
To quote a line from the movie The Big Lebowski, “this isn’t Vietnam… there are rules.” Two Washington Huskies are not following the rules. For the usual unspecified reasons, Joshua Perkins and Willis Wilson have been kicked off the team. The press release was as ambiguous as an unopened mailbox. Simply tight end Perkins and [...]
The Washington Huskies really have invested in their quarterback of the future. They have “unofficially” accepted a commitment from a eighth grade signal-caller named Tate Martell from San Diego, California.
Please click the link below to read this feature and watch a highlight video of Martell.
The University of Washington offered a scholarship to 14-year-old quarterback Tate Martell three weeks ago. The eigth-grader decided he would commit to coach Steve Sarkisian and the Huskies on Wednesday, reports ESPN.
The 14-year-old Martell will have to wait until Feb. 1, 2017 to sign a national letter of intent.
"Coach Sarkisian has such a good record with quarterbacks...
Anyone who loves or plays for the University of Washington football program should have the utmost respect for head coach Steve Sarkisian. He has turned a Husky football program that was 0-12 in 2008 into a team that has had huge upset wins (2009 win against the 3rd ranked USC Trojans) and he has now
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Things are looking up for the Washington Huskies. The football programing is improving and the team began a massive stadium renovation back in November. This project is now in full swing, which means plans are being put in place for the new look, and more importantly, OLD THINGS ARE BEING DESTROYED. Here’s a few [...]