Lobendahn Named Flaherty Winner at Banquet

SEATTLE – Husky senior linebacker Joe Lobendahn took top honors at the Washington football team's annual awards banquet when he was named the winner of the Guy Flaherty Most Inspirational Award. The annual banquet was held Monday evening at the Westin Hotel in downtown Seattle.
November 21, 2005

Dawg Blog - Washington State

Well, the mid-day fog has made the planned pre-game flyover impossible, so now it's just the battle of the bands. The Washington State band travels well and only did their trademark 'WSU' before the Washington band took center stage. After the seniors were honored, it was time for the always impressive flag ceremony.
November 19, 2005

Breaks not bouncing Huskies' way

It looked bad enough as it was happening, but Johnny DuRocher had no idea how bad it was really going to be. The Washington quarterback - who came in the second half of the Huskies' game against Oregon State - was getting his cage rattled repeatedly by Beaver blitz schemes that the Huskies could not defend. The sting of an 18-10 loss was painful enough, but by Sunday DuRocher had a cast on his left arm and a season of eligibility most likely used up.
November 7, 2005

Players echo similar themes

As Washington center Brad Vanneman made his way to the locker room after losing to Arizona State 44-20 Saturday, he did so with a bit of a hitch in his stride. About half way there, he let out a common one-word expletive. While the Washington players had plenty to say about the defeat, it was pretty clear their private feelings could have been nicely summed up by Vanneman in four letters, none of them suitable for printing here.
October 30, 2005

Dawgman.com Diary - UCLA

Spirits seemed relatively high amongst the Huskies players on Monday, as they met with the press. Dawgman.com sat down with four of them to get their perspective of the current state of this floundering football team.
September 26, 2005

Dawgman.com Diary - Notre Dame

It seems almost cliche to have players talking about winning a game for their coach, but when Washington takes on Notre Dame this week that cliche takes on some added significance. When the Fighting Irish roll into Seattle, Tyrone Willingham was supposed to be leading their charge. Now he's the Huskies' head coach and doing everything he can to get his new players ready to take on his old team.
September 20, 2005