Dawg Blog - Arizona

At 3-3, Steve Sarkisian and the Washington Huskies are now at halftime of their 2012 season. How will they come out in the third quarter, starting with a trip to Arizona? The Wildcats love to score in bunches, but they've been giving up a ton too. Can Washington, who hasn't scored more than 21 points all year to BCS opposition, win a shootout in the desert?
October 18, 2012

Dawg Blog - Oregon

The Washington Huskies are talking the talking and saying the right things, but as much as the 2012 season is now about themselves I doubt it'll be hard for Steve Sarkisian to get his team's attention this week as they travel to No. 2 Oregon. The No. 23 Huskies and Ducks will tangle at Autzen Stadium 7:30 pm on Saturday night in front of another ESPN national television audience.
October 2, 2012

DawgmanRadio - Stanford

SEATTLE - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, Andrew Dore and Chris Wells of Dawgman.com were joined post-game by FoxSportsNEXT Recruiting Analyst Brandon Huffman, and the Five Knights of the Roundtable spend 30 minutes after Washington's 17-13 upset win over No. 8 Stanford dissecting what went right and wrong for the Huskies during their victory at CenturyLink Field.
September 28, 2012

Dawg Blog - Stanford

SEATTLE - Many, many UW fans have circled the Stanford game as the crossroads game of the Huskies' season. At 2-1 and a gauntlet of games against ranked teams scheduled for the next month, the Cardinal come to town to show their win over USC was no fluke. And Washington? A win Thursday night in front of a national TV audience would send them flying to Eugene with confidence.
September 25, 2012

Depth Chart Predictions - TE/LB/Special Teams

SEATTLE - With the real big guys and the fast guys covered, it's now time to check out the bigger athletes, those tweeners that play tight end on offense and linebacker on defense. We will also break down the depth on Washington's special teams, including who the fans should see covering punts and kicks when the Huskies take on San Diego State this Saturday at CenturyLink Field.
August 27, 2012

Practice Spotlight - Day Five

SEATTLE - For every player that goes down, there's more right behind them to take their place. So says the coaches, who desperately need to turn that depth into a winning product on the field yesterday. That's the spot Steve Sarkisian and his staff found themselves Friday, as more players were held out - and one decided that he was done playing football at Washington.
August 10, 2012

Steve Sarkisian - Day Five

SEATTLE - Friday couldn't come quick enough for the Washington Huskies. It was first day of full pads, which meant we got to see the first installment of the 'Pride' drill, but we also learned of some of the more serious injury news and we also found out about a Husky that has decided to hang up his cleats.
August 10, 2012

Practice Spotlight - Day Four

SEATTLE - There was plenty of news to share Thursday, and not all of it was coming from the football field. Too many pieces of information were coming from the training room for Steve Sarkisian's taste, and none of it from anything done in a crazy fashion on the football field.
August 9, 2012