Although the weather seemed more like early October, it was the first day of Washington's 2016 fall camp and there was a lot of activity to recount during the two-plus hour workout...
With less than 30 days to Washington's September 3rd opener versus Rutgers, it's time to ramp things up with our fall position previews. Today we take a look at the most talented part of Washington's 2016 roster, the defensive backfield.
Chris Petersen and the Washington coaches like to think of their depth chart as more of a ‘seating chart’, with all positions up for grabs at all times. We aren’t burdened with any such sentiment, so we get to propose an actual depth chart for who we expect to see starting August 8. Here we go!
Now that Washington’s Spring Football campaign is done and dusted, it’s time to figure out what it all meant. Up today is a look at the Husky secondary.
It’s that time to start putting some names on lists to give Washington fans a glimpse as to who has been playing where so far through two weeks of spring football. Most of it is pretty straightforward, but there have been some moves of note, as well as some omissions that need to be talked about.
On Wednesday, Dawgman.com spoke with junior safety Trevor Walker about his road back to recovery, redshirting in 2015, spring ball, and more.
Wednesday featured the first full-pads workout of spring for the Husky football team and both sides had some big plays that drew varying degrees of cheers during the two-hour plus workout...
The development of the Husky secondary between the 2014 and 2015 seasons was incredible. Two years ago, the Huskies were 10th in the PAC-12 in pass defense, allowing over 4000 yards and 26 touchdowns through the air.