The Cuts are In

Of all the positions for the Giants to consider as they made their last round of cuts, safety figured to be one of the most difficult, considering the dearth of depth as that spot in the secondary. There were the two starters, Gibril Wilson and James Butler, plus a proven veteran in Will Demps and not much after that.
September 1, 2007

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

Dawgbytes - 9/15

The injury bug is starting to hit Montlake again. It was a big part of the Washington's 1-10 woes in 2004, and the news wasn't good Thursday. Two more starters - Chad Macklin and Roy Lewis - were announced out of Saturday's football game against the Idaho Vandals. And Macklin became a starter because of an injury to Joe Toledo.
September 15, 2005

Accountability is the key

Brad Vanneman can trace it back to a conversation at the end of the 2004 season he had with then-tight end Joe Toledo. It was right after Washington had lost a tough Apple Cup in Pullman and without a post-season to look forward to, all the two seniors-to-be could look forward to was a chance at redemption. And everything took off from there.
August 18, 2005

Stanley Daniels: Moving on Up

Stanley Daniels encountered several obstacles in his first season at Montlake. Entering 2003 as a redshirt-freshman, the slimmed down defensive tackle hopes to make an impact.
August 15, 2003

Manase Hopoi: Counting Down the Days

Manase Hopoi came to Montlake as a partial qualifier in 2001. Two years later, he's become one of the biggest playmakers on the defensive side of the football. The junior from Sacramento, Calif. is anxious to get back out on the field and get the ball rollin'.
August 6, 2003

Practice report - 4/24 PM

Spring practices officially ended for the Husky football team on Thursday as the team ran through a spirited two-and-a-half workout. Saturday's Spring Game, scheduled for 12:30 p.m. at Husky Stadium, will conclude spring ball all together.
April 24, 2003

Practice report - 4/21 PM

Under gloomy grey skies, the Washington football team returned to the Husky Stadium turf on Monday for the first of three practices this week leading up to Saturday's Spring Game. Contact was limited with the Huskies only partially in pads, so the memorable plays and highlight hits were hard to come by. But that didn't stop the team from getting some work done.
April 21, 2003