Now that Spring Football is done at Montlake, it's time to take stock of what took place and what it means as the program heads into the doldrums - aka, the summer. We'll do it position-by-position, and today it's the Receivers.
The start of week two of Washington's spring football practices featured a fully padded two-hour workout on the east practice field...
Washington fans are having to get used to the annual coaching carousel that comes from a staff with desirable coaches in it. So it shouldn’t have come as a total surprise to see Bush Hamdan move to the NFL.
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. With that in mind, this is how we see the Huskies lining up for Day One of Spring Football, set to start in three weeks.
Just a day after giving the pros and cons on 10 Washington players that could declare for the NFL draft, one of them did just that. Junior receiver John Ross will forego his final year of eligibility to go pro, per multiple sources.
January 3, 2017
Heading into the 2016 season, many thought that one of the weakest links on the Washington team was its wide receiver corps. They had some talent, but none of the talent on hand had established itself as a true threat to a defense.
December 16, 2016
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
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.