It's not often that a chaplain is referred to as a trainer of killers. Former Husky linebacker Dave Hoffmann loves to tell that tale of his good friend Mike Rohrbach. While it's true that Rohrbach is currently Washington's team chaplain, it was three decades ago that he was raising hell on special teams for former Husky coaches Jim Owens and Don James.
November 28, 2005
Washington fullback Ty Eriks was named a first-team selection for the second-straight year after being named a second-team selection the previous two years, as the Pac-10 announced their All-Academic teams Friday. UW receiver Cody Ellis was also named to the first team.
November 18, 2005
The quarterback position is the most high-profile spot on any ball club, but it takes on even more importance for a Pac 10 team. No team can win in the Pac 10 without solid play from the quarterback and for the past two seasons, since Cody Pickett graduated in 2003, the Huskies have struggled to find a player with the leadership, mental and physical toughness and abilities to lead the team to a win. But it's not due to a lack of trying.
November 8, 2005
Kim Grinolds conducts a compelling interview with former NFL and CFL quarterback Greg Barton. Among the topics discussed are the progress and status of the health of his son (and former Husky QB), Taylor Barton, what Husky fans have to look forward to with respect to our current Husky quarterbacks corps, Barton's thoughts on the premier prep football programs of the Pacific Northwest, and his Air Attack Camps!
August 23, 2005
All that remains is the games for beleaguered head coach Keith Gilbertson. All the blood, sweat and tears sacrificed in the name of putting his stamp on the Washington football program have been nearly washed clean, with a fresh start just weeks away. But the season is not done yet.
November 4, 2004
With Fresno State leaving Husky Stadium celebrating with their visiting fans, the Washington Huskies quietly left their home turf to head up the tunnel looking ahead to the next week and correcting the kinks in their system. With five turnovers leading to 28 points, the Huskies know that they have issues to resolve and a long two weeks ahead of them to prepare for their first conference game. Huskies head coach Keith Gilbertson met with the media after Sunday's game to discuss his thoughts.
September 5, 2004