Preview the NEW Sports Washington Magazine!

Citadel Publishing and are pleased to announce the launch of the NEW! Sports Washington Magazine. The new format will debut in August, 2002 as a monthly periodical published 10 times a year.<br><br>Read a preview of some of the exciting features that will be included in next month's premier edition of the new Sports Washington magazine...

A Tribute:
Huskies play with heavy hearts in 2002
Williams (L), Vontoure (R)
Washington Huskies will carry the memory of fallen warriors Curtis Williams and Anthony Vontoure onto the football field this fall.
By David Samek
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What's next:
2002 opponent overview
Huskies visit 'The Big House'
A week-by-week rundown of what the Huskies will face in 2002. After a tough opener in The Big House, Washington gets five in a row at home that they should win. The Apple Cup could be more than just a rivalry game this year.
By Rick Samek
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Who let the Dawgs out?:
2002 UW Offense
Field general Cody Pickett will lead the Huskies
With four starters up front, a junior signal caller that holds the school passing record, and two of the best receivers in the country, just who will stop the Huskies from scoring?
By David Samek
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And on the other side of the ball:
2002 UW Defense
#90 Kai Ellis in action
The Husky defense allowed 112 points in their final two games leaving a horrible taste in the mouth of defensive coordinator Tim Hundley. 2002 is a new season and the Huskies have an improved linebacking corps that could conceivably carry this year's unit to lofty heights.
By David Samek
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Player Profile:
Senior WR Paul Arnold
WR Paul Arnold
The conference will be scurrying about to find ways to stop potential all-American Reggie Williams but, if they don't pay attention, the fellow on the other side of the ball is going to leave them with strong regrets. Look for Paul Arnold to have a huge final season at Washington.
By David Samek
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Coach's Corner:
Introducing new Husky Assistant Hoops Coach Cameron Dollar
New UW assistant hoops coach, Cameron Dollar
Q&A with the energetic assistant that has followed the new Husky men's basketball coach Lorenzo Romar to Seattle. Dollar hopes to 'make change' quickly at Washington.
By David Samek
(Photo courtesy of UW Media Relations) ››
Football Recruiting:
Who's in?
WR Craig Chambers commits early
Profiles on all of the current verbal commits to the University of Washington
By Chris Fetters
...more Recruiting:
Who's on the radar?
QB Dennis Dixon on the short list
Who are the Huskies looking at? Who's looking back at Washington?
By Chris Fetters
Also, a national view of football recruiting from Jamie Newberg will appear in each issue.

Sports Washington has a whole new look. It's glossy, it's cool and it's all Husky purple. If you like the look and feel of Sports Illustrated, then this high-quality glossy magazine will blow you away. Higher quality and sharper photos means The NEW Sports Washington will put you even closer to the action of Washington Huskies' athletics. Our Washington famous website,, is the best anywhere for quick hitting news and information. The NEW Sports Washington will complement this coverage by providing Husky fans with more in depth features and analysis. Some things are just meant to be in print.
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  • 10 monthly issues per year (August through May)
  • Professionally printed in a glossy magazine format
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