Coach's Corner

With spring football just around the corner, the Washington Huskies are eager to get some work done. Especially when you miss the 15 practices that come with a bowl game, the additional 15 practices in spring are really critical for the development of your team.
March 29, 2008

DawgmanRadio - Hawai'i

HONOLULU - Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters were on hand to watch the Washington Huskies lose another game in heartbreaking fashion - this time 35-28 to Hawai'i at Aloha Stadium. They talk about the game, what went right and what went wrong. And given the current climate surrounding Head Coach Tyrone Willingham, Grinolds and Fetters also talk about his future and the future of his staff.
December 2, 2007

Dawg Blog - Hawai'i

HONOLULU - The game between Washington and Hawai'i is the classic 'everything to gain, nothing to lose' matchup between two teams seemingly going in opposite directions. Problem is, the dichotomy isn't just refering to one program. The Warriors have to win this game to legitimize their BCS bowl run; the Huskies have nothing to lose because they haven't gone bowling since 2002.
November 26, 2007

Is History Going to Repeat Itself?

SEATTLE - Corey Williams banged his helmet onto the turf at Husky Stadium. Twice. As I was walking up the tunnel, I could hear screams behind me - bone-chilling rails, like someone was committing Hara-kari. I didn't look back. After Washington State had stormed back to take the 100th Apple Cup 42-35 Saturday night, if felt like a century's worth of emotion was let out of the bag.
November 24, 2007

Will rally be rallying point?

SEATTLE - The 100th Apple Cup is a big deal, make no mistake about it. You only get to play this game once. With Boeing on as the principal sponsor of the game between Washington and Washington State, the two programs are trying some new things to commemorate the event.
November 19, 2007

Dawg Blog - Apple Cup

SEATTLE - The 100th Apple Cup between Washington and Washington State is usually played with mroe than just in-state bragging rights at stake. This Saturday, however, that's all there is. The Huskies are hoping to finish their season by bowling a turkey, and by the way WSU's season is finishing, it looks like basketball season has already started in the Palouse.
November 19, 2007

DawgmanRadio - Cal

SEATTLE - It was a very nice win, and like a great meal, was even more satisfying upon reflection. Of course we are talking about Washington's 37-23 triumph over Cal Saturday at Husky Stadium. In this segment of Dawgman Radio, Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund and Chris Fetters talk about the win, how it came about, what it means - and they'll do it all without mentioning Jake Locker. Almost.
November 18, 2007

Photo Gallery - Cal

SEATTLE -'s Kim Grinolds was once again on the sidelines at Husky Stadium, braving the rain and wind, and capturing all the action as Washington defeated Cal 37-23.
November 18, 2007