Three Cats are All-Pac-10

Three Wildcat football players were named to the All-Conference team as voted on by Pac-10 coaches. The Wildcats also earned a second team spot as well. In an unprecidented move, two quarterbacks shared Offensive Player of the Year honors and first team honors.
December 2, 2002

Williams earns first-team honors

Reggie Williams earned first-team All Pac-10 honors today as the conference coaches announced their all Pac-10 teams. Quarterback Jason Gesser of Washington State, quarterback Carson Palmer of USC and defensive end Terrell Suggs of Arizona State have been named Pac-10 Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year. In addition, wide receiver Mike Williams of USC was named Freshman of the Year and Jeff Tedford of California was named Coach of the Year.
December 2, 2002

Wounded ‘Cats and Dawgs

Saturday, October 12 - 12:35 PM (PDT) – No live TV<br>Husky Stadium – Seattle, WA<br>Series All-time: Washington leads, 13-4-1<br>Last Meeting: October 20, 2001 - Washington 31, Arizona 28<br> Line: Washington minus 14
October 9, 2002

Hard working Hugo looks for winning season

James Hugo has been one of the players that everyone has pointed to as having benefited from the rigorous off-season conditioning program. The senior tight end has a lot to prove, both as an individual and as a member of a team that has struggled in his tenure on the team.
August 19, 2002