Huskies impressed with Irish attack

If Tyrone Willingham ever crossed paths with Notre Dame Head Coach Charlie Weis during his tenure in the NFL, he can't remember. But he's certainly not unfamiliar with Weis' coaching style and ability to call a game, something the new Fighting Irish coach has hung his pigskin reputation on. And it would be hard enough to coach against Weis, but now Willingham will have to coach against Weis using players he recruited to South Bend.
September 19, 2005

Saturday's Scrimmage

On a day that was intended to clear up several position battles, questions remain. A one-handed catch by an All-American receiver and a big hit by a 5-foot-8 kicker highlighted Saturday's scrimmage.
August 16, 2003

Practice News and Notes - 8/15 AM

The Huskies were in full pads Friday morning as they went through one of the most spirited practices of the fall. With Saturday's scrimmage marking the final day the team will be in Olympia, the Husky coaching staff made sure each member of the team knew exactly what was to be expected of them.
August 15, 2003

Practice report - 4/22 PM

On what happened to be a gorgeous Seattle spring day, the Huskies ran through two hours of practice before concluding with a 30-minute scrimmage Tuesday at Husky Stadium.
April 22, 2003

Practice report - 4/15 PM

Isaiah Stanback takes the snap, executes a perfect fake to the running back, rolls out to his right and spies a wide open Jason Benn downfield. Shades of Marques Tuiasosopo finding Jerramy Stevens running stride for stride pop up in my head. Not so fast...
April 15, 2003

Practice report - 4/10 PM

Washington head coach Rick Neuheisel said on Monday that the defense typically is ahead during this time of the year, and if Thursday's practice was any indication the coach's words ring truer than ever for this year's team.
April 10, 2003


Thank you to those of you that submitted questions for the "Ask Dawgman" column. Finally, we can begin to start talking football. 49er gate appears behind us, and of course all of our thoughts and prayers go out to the men and women deployed in the Middle East, and to their families. Spring football will be a nice diversion to what's going on around the world, so let's dive into it, shall we?
March 27, 2003

Spring Preview – The Offense Part II

During the Jim Lambright era, although Jerome Pathon and Fred Coleman were pass catchers, Washington kind of grew the reputation of having limited skills at wide receiver. Those days are long since gone now, as the Huskies will feature two of the finest pass catchers in the Pac-10 on either side of the formation.
February 28, 2003