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Recruiting 3000 miles from Seattle
Washington Receiver, Charles Frederick #10
Pope John Paul High School is 3,000 miles away from Seattle, Washington. It is a small, private academy in Boca Raton, Florida. Not typically a hotbed for Pac-10 recruiting, the University of Washington has landed three athletes from that very school. For John Anderson, Rich Alexis, and Charles Frederick, they truly know the meaning of...
By David Samek
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The current state of affairs
Head coach Rick Neuheisel
Horror of horrors, the Huskies went out and had themselves a bad year. Coach Rick Neuheisel was probably right when he said, "we just didn't see something like this coming" – for none of us truly did. But based on past UW experiences, should we have? For history's sake, Sports Washington looks at …
By Rick Samek
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As Bob Dylan said, "Times they are a-changin'"
Quarterback Cody Pickett #3 talks to wide receivers Paul Arnold #20 and Wilbur Hooks, Jr. #7
Even though the 2002 Husky offense ran the ball on over 40 percent of their plays from scrimmage, a staggering 80 percent of their total yardage came through the air.
By Mike Yeend
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Charles Mincy
Charles Mincy #22 of the Oakland Raiders
Sometimes, though, a player goes out on top, saving their best effort for last. Nobody is that more true of than Charles Mincy, the junior-college transfer who starred at cornerback for Washington during the 1989 and 1990 seasons.
By Joe Kaiser
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Q&A with defensive line coach
Defensive Line Coach Randy Hart
He just completed his FIFTEENTH season at the University of Washington. That is unheard of in today's college football environment where if you don't win, you are fired.
By David Samek
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RECRUITING - Hot News, Hot Recruits
Recruiting Roundup: LB Tahj Bomar
LB Tahj Bomar
"My mom was telling me to go closer to home, but for me, I just wanted to go where I was wanted. I wanted to go to a place that had a good football program and a place where I could get a good education. Most of the people I talked to said I couldn't go wrong with U-Dub, and my dad told me the same thing too."
By Chris Fetters
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Being a Washington Husky
Safety Greg Carothers #34
To say the least, the past football season has been, without a doubt, one of the more interesting seasons for this generation. Many questions were left unanswered, and many fans were questioning the heart and intent of this team. Some even began to question whether or not some players even truly knew what it meant to be a Washington Husky.
By Henry Han
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Junior guard thrives on team equity
#1 C. J. Massingale drives
Massingale has enjoyed the coaching transition thus far. "Coach Romar is much more interactive with the players, being closely in touch on an everyday basis," said the guard after practice. "He is much more interested in how you are doing and what you are doing."
By Bill Brynteson
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Also, a national view of football and basketball recruiting from Jamie Newberg and Dave Telep will appear in each issue.

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