Dawgman.com Football 105: 30-21

With fall camp here and Washington football back in full swing, Dawgman.com has unveiled something we've been working on the last couple of months. It's the Dawgman 105, a comprehensive list of who we have picked as the greatest Washington football players and coaches of all time.
August 7, 2012

No Respect For Special Teams

NFL coaches tell players that offense, defense and special teams are equally important. But with the release of special teams leader Anthony Madison on Saturday, the Steelers showed that they don't think so. And by Sunday, we'll know if any team really believes in that statement.
September 6, 2009

Fouch Shows He is Ready to Compete

Obviously the hamstring injury to quarterback Jake Locker is probably the worst possible thing that could happen to a rebuilding University of Washington football team. There is not a single player more important to the team than Jake, and to understate his injury and its overall impact on the program is stupid.
August 12, 2008

Q & A with Blaine Newnham

For more than two decades, thousands of Husky fans engaged in a Sunday morning ritual in the fall. Coming off a win or a loss, they would turn to the Seattle Times to read Blaine Newnham's take. Newnham wasn't brilliantly cantankerous like the P-I's Art Thiel.
May 15, 2008

Saints Analysis: Mark Brunell

The New Orleans Saints set out to protect themselves in case of an injury to starter Drew Brees by signing Mark Brunell to be his backup. But what are the Saints getting in Brunell? Saintsinsider.com examines Brunell's potential impact on the Saints, with analysis from Scout.com Senior NFL Reporter Adam Caplan.
March 14, 2008

Collins In, Brunell Out

Todd Collins wanted a chance to start. But nobody was going to give him that chance, so he returned to a place he felt comfortable – as a backup.
February 29, 2008