SEATTLE – Husky junior defensive tackle Jordan Reffett took top honors at the Washington football team's annual awards banquet when he was named the winner of the Guy Flaherty Most Inspirational Award. The annual banquet was held Monday evening at the Westin Hotel in downtown Seattle.
November 20, 2006
As 2006 rapidly approaches and the Huskies continue to practice and hone their playbooks and fundamentals in preparation for the opener with San Jose State, there are a few alarm bells going off. Academic hurdles have been barriers to Tyrone Willingham – he has yet to see his squad with the likes of key JC transfers safety Ashlee Palmer and offensive tackle Aaron Mason.
August 18, 2006
It's been a crash course of sorts for the Washington football program so far this spring, one that was intended to give them a lot to look at early on in the schedule. Now that it's over and the team is starting to find it's mid-spring rhythm, Tyrone Willingham was able to give some comments on what he's seen so far, some players that have seen time at other positions, and what that might mean for the team come game time in the fall.
April 6, 2006
Dick Baird has been so good at answering his mail, I feel bad. I finally got around to reading through all of mine, and have replied to most of them. Thanks to those that wrote in, and I hope that you are enjoying being able to write to a former UW coach, in addition to a lowly website mediot (that would be me). And now, on to the letters…
May 4, 2003
Roughly a year and a half ago, Clay Walker was winning the prestigious Frank Kush award, annually given out to Arizona's top prep lineman, having rolled the competition as a starting guard for Horizon High School in Scottsdale. So when Clay signed with Washington it was pretty clear where he was going to play, right? Well, a couple of injuries to Todd Bachert and Brad Vanneman later and Walker is now looking at the number one center spot heading into spring drills.
April 3, 2003
After a discussion with Coach Rick Neuheisel, it became clear what the goals of the spring are going to be. Accountability is number one. If the coach can get across that everyone must take responsibility for themselves, their actions, and their assignments, he'll be a happy camper.
March 7, 2003