Ask Dawgman - Oregon State Edition

Ask Dawgman is back, and we’ve got more questions from enquiring Washington fans asking about the No. 5 Huskies as they ready to host Oregon State this upcoming Saturday. So let’s get right to the questions!
October 20, 2016

Fall Position Preview - Receivers 

With less than 50 days to Washington's September 3rd opener versus Rutgers, it's time to ramp things up with our fall position previews. Up today is a look at the Husky receiving corps.
July 20, 2016

Pre-Fall Depth Chart

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!
July 14, 2016

Spring Position Review - Receivers 

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 receivers.
May 6, 2016

Most improved after three weeks (by position)

Spring Football has flown by, and a lot has changed for Washington Football in that short space in time. Roles have solidified, potential playmakers have emerged, and holes have started to be filled. So who has shown up and taken advantage of their opportunities? Here’s 10 players in the purple and gold that have done just that this April. 
April 19, 2016

UW Spring Football 2016 - Day 11 Wrap

In the 11th practice of Washington's spring practices, both the offense and the defense had their moments...
April 15, 2016

Two Deeps After Two Weeks

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.
April 10, 2016

Spring Position Preview - Receivers

Statistically, the 2015 season was a forgettable one for the Husky receivers. Posting only 1875 yards and eight touchdowns as a unit, their production was easy to overlook. However, the circumstances of 2015 were far from ideal for a group looking to put up elite numbers. Helping a true freshman quarterback get acclimated to Pac-12 play is a big reason for that.
March 21, 2016