The mood was much like you would expect it to be for a Tyrone Willingham-coached team - upbeat. Despite letting an 11-point fourth-quarter lead evaporate against Air Force on Saturday, the Huskies appeared Monday to be hopeful about the future and also about their chances against #19 Cal this coming Saturday. No one was more upbeat than Washington quarterback Isaiah Stanback.
September 6, 2005
It's happening more and more in college football, the use of cut blocks. Considered one of the more dangerous blocking techniques because of the potential damage done to knees and legs, cut blocking, or 'chop blocking' is something Washington defensive linemen and linebackers will see a lot of Saturday against Air Force at Qwest Field.
August 30, 2005
Thursday's full scrimmage at Husky Stadium will be the closest Tyrone Willingham and his Washington football team will get to a live game situation before they take on Air Force at Qwest Field a week from Saturday. So did the Huskies get closer to naming their starting quarterback? Will Kenny James see the field September 3rd? Answers are coming from Montlake, just not at record speed.
August 25, 2005
After watching a complete spring and the fall two-a-day practices, the Husky defense has taken on a completely different feel than a year ago. There are a lot of the same faces but the mix is different, the schemes are different, the attitude is different, and the results will be different.