DawgmanRadio - Caching Up With Gilby

Now that the season is over we wanted to get some perspectives from those that were paying attention - and you could argue no one former Washington Head Coach was paying more attention than Keith Gilbertson. He helped out with KOMO 1000's pre-game show every single week and saw the Huskies up close. He was gracious with his time - as he always is - and broke down what he saw both on offense and on defense.
December 10, 2015

Tyrone willing as next Husky coach

Tyrone Willingham wasted no time in putting the proverbial whistle around his neck when he was ushered in Monday as the 22nd head football coach at the University of Washington Monday. A no-nonsense man, Willingham let the whistle - given to him by UW Athletic Director Todd Turner and University President Mark Emmert - do the talking for him with a loud blast to signal the beginning of his tenure at Montlake.
December 13, 2004

Huskies make history in Apple Cup defeat

In a year where streaks were broken and history made on a weekly basis, the Washington Huskies (1-10, 0-8) finished off the 2004 campaign just like they started it - with a whimper. Buoyed by some fine play by freshman quarterback Alex Brink, the Washington State Cougars (5-6, 3-5) held off a game Huskies squad 28-25 in front of 34,334 fans Saturday in Pullman.
November 20, 2004

News and Notes - 11/16

It's the final week for Washington Head Coach Keith Gilbertson and his coaching staff, but as he said Monday, he's going to 'suck every last minute' out of the next 120 hours. The main question is, will Washington have enough players to make it out to the coin toss?
November 16, 2004

Keith Gilbertson Press Conference - 11/15

Let the good times begin! It's the 'horizontal civil war' that will grip the state of Washington this week, the annual battle for the Apple Cup. However, with both teams staying home for the holidays, the game may have lost some spunk and zest this season. But if history is any indication, at least we'll be in for one heck of a game.
November 15, 2004