Scrimmage #1 for the summer of 2003 is over and there was much that the fans wanted to see.<br><br>Going into the 2003 season, the experts have labeled more than a few concerns for the Broncos and they were all things for the fans to key on this summer. So this report will focus on how the offense, defense and special teams looked, with an eye on the O line, TB, Wide receiver and kicker/punter; those areas that are supposed to bring the Broncos down to earth this season.
August 19, 2003
All the teams in the WAC are expecting to improve over last year. Yes, even Boise State expects it.<br><br>Is it reasonable to expect?<br><br>Probably not given how good they were last year. But coach Hawkins thinks his defense is vastly improved over the one that dominated the WAC last year. "For the first time since I've been here, we have a defense that's fully capable of shutting out people consistently," Hawkins said.
August 6, 2003
The 2003 Washington State Coaches Association 3A/4A East-West all-state football game will be played at Everett Memorial Stadium Saturday, June 28 at 1 p.m. Seniors from all over the state will be playing in their final high school football game, so come to Everett and check them out! It will also give Washington fans an opportunity to watch some future Huskies in action.
June 27, 2003
For signing day we pull out all the stops. Here's the 2002 TheInsiders.com Hot 100 Northwest, complete with signing school. Spanaway (Wash.) Bethel QB Johnny DuRocher heads the list, with Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic signal-caller Ryan Gunderson hot on his heels.
February 5, 2003
It's time again for a re-ranking of the Dawgman.com 101, a list put together that ranks the top high school prospects from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and Hawaii. A new name tops the list this time around, and for good reason. He's led his team to two semi-finals in the past two years and is well on his way to taking them to the big dance again for the third year in a row. His name? Johnny DuRocher.
November 12, 2002