Frederick's moment to shine

One of he more perplexing careers of a Washington Husky football player was that of WR Charles Frederick. He was blessed with tons of physical ability, but he never really realized his full-potential because of homesickness and injuries. Earlier this past week, Frederick was named Co-Rookie of the Year for the AFL after helping to lead the Kansas City Brigade to the playoffs.
July 7, 2007

'ET' set to test the next level

Charles Frederick's college football career was definitely interesting. Frederick ventured all the way from sunny Florida to Seattle to join high school teammates John Anderson and Rich Alexis. In his four years at Washington Charles played for two different coaches, had the biggest single game offensive performance in Husky history, was temporarily removed from the team and had to watch most of his senior season from the sidelines.
March 9, 2005

Husky Players/Coaches Post Game Quotes

The outlook in hindsight was obviously mixed in the Washington locker room after a 37-31 loss to UCLA Saturday. Here's what the players and UW Defensive Coordinator Phil Snow had to say.
September 19, 2004

Dawgman.com Diary - 9/14

This season's debut of Dawgman.com Diary met three Huskies who just like everybody else, was looking to put the season opener behind them and move on with some wins. They had an extra week to dwell on it, and of course that was not very popular.
September 14, 2004

Scouting the PAC 10: Washington 

Still feeling the negative effects after last years coaching change, Washington is a program in flux. A team that usually puts several prospects into the draft's first day has witnessed a drop-off in talent and there is no immediate end in sight.
September 7, 2004