Midseason Grades - Defense

We're at the midway point of the 2013 football season and Washington is sporting a 4-2 record. Here's a look at each defensive position group and how they've fared so far this season as well as what to look forward to during the second half of the season...
October 16, 2013

Game Analysis - Stanford

Up until tonight, no one outside the Husky program knew what type of a team they had. Now we know that this team won't quit and won't stop trying and ultimately, while they lost 31-28 to Stanford, we learned some things on Saturday night that may help this team get to where they want to be by the end of the season...
October 5, 2013

A Look at UW's 2014 Draft Possibilities

Today is a national holiday for football fans. The NFL Draft brings together NFL and college football fans and when things commence tonight from Radio City Music Hall in New York at 5 p.m. (PST) Husky fans will be waiting with anticipation to see where CB Desmond Trufant winds up going. With that in mind, we thought we'd take a look at UW's top prospects for next year and their draft potential...
April 25, 2013

Spring First Half Review - Defensive Backs

Even with the loss of their top player to graduation following the 2012 season, the Husky secondary is in great shape. The Dawgs return experience and talent and both have been on display so far this spring. Here's a look at where things stand and which players are putting their stamp on the position...
March 27, 2013

Spring Battles to Watch - Secondary

Last season the Husky defensive backs were much more aggressive with the way they played the game. Gone were the 10-yard cushions on third-and-three and in its place was a much more physical, in your face group. This spring, the Huskies will have to find a replacement for their best cover-man and they also need to find someone to play the safety spot next to Sean Parker...
March 3, 2013

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

Dawg Blog - Portland State

SEATTLE - After Saturday's sobering reality check in Baton Rouge, the Washington Huskies (1-1) come back home looking to bounce back in a big way. And they hope to do that at the expense of the Portland State Vikings (1-1). The Dawg Blog is where you'll find all the news, notes and quotes leading up to the PSU-UW game, which is scheduled for a 1 pm start at CenturyLink Field.
September 10, 2012