‘Dogs visit Dawgs – A Sunday Bask

"Rugby is a beastly game played by gentlemen. Soccer is a gentlemen's game played by beasts. And Football is a beastly game played by beasts." – Henry Blaha
September 1, 2004

Practice report - 4/15 PM

Isaiah Stanback takes the snap, executes a perfect fake to the running back, rolls out to his right and spies a wide open Jason Benn downfield. Shades of Marques Tuiasosopo finding Jerramy Stevens running stride for stride pop up in my head. Not so fast...
April 15, 2003

Spring Preview – The Offense Part I

For the past two seasons, Washington has had a problem. It's an issue that has not been a familiar one around these parts in a long, long time. Offensive Coordinator Keith Gilbertson put me on his $hit list for saying this, and it pains me to say it, but I'll say it again: the Husky running game has been anemic. Well, it all begins up front, and there is significant reason for optimism as spring unfolds.
February 27, 2003


Thank you to those of you that submitted questions for the "Ask Dawgman" column. It was an interesting two weeks of "49er-Gate," but I am so glad that it finally went away. Now, on to the letters. Tomorrow will be Dick Baird's first crack at answering his mail, so be sure to write in to Coach B and let him know you're there.
February 22, 2003

Reaping the benefits

One of the real positive things to come out of last season was the red shirting of the entire 2002 signing class (with the exception of ‘Nate the Great'). This was a major step to insure the healthy future of the program by Coach Neuheisel and his staff. It shows a maturity that didn't exist a few years ago. It is the way to build championships.
February 13, 2003

Sean Douglas trip report

Dawgman.com caught up with Sean Douglas, a 6-1, 195-pound punter from Bellevue (Neb.) East Monday for news on his official visit to Washington this past weekend. It was the first official trip for Sean, who also has Kansas, Nebraska and Nebraska-Omaha to see first before making a decision.
January 13, 2003

Erik Berglund trip report

Erik Berglund verbally committed to Washington a couple of weeks ago, and really without the benefit of any first-hand knowledge about the school. Sure, he had all the literature and stories from coaches on what it was like, but there was something that needed to happen to put Erik's mind totally at ease. After his official visit to Seattle this weekend, Berglund is more excited than ever about being a Husky.
December 8, 2002