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
After seven practices, it appears that there is a sense of urgency surrounding Husky Football. Things have changed, and my prediction of Kenny James emergence was thwarted by the injury curse. Regardless, at the halfway point of spring we can definitely see the influence of the new members of the coaching staff.
April 14, 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
Washington loses two senior leaders in Jafar Williams and Ben Mahdavi in the linebacking corps. However, there is reason to believe that this group could be improved with the youth stepping into the roles of outside linebacker and inside "MIK" backer.
March 13, 2003
Dawgman.com caught up with Phil Snow, newly hired by Washington Head Coach Rick Neuheisel, to take over the responsibilities vacated by Bobby Hauck's departure to Montana. In addition to his duties as a defensive back coach, Snow will also be the co-Defensive Coordinator along with current DC Tim Hundley. In the first part of this two-part report, we get to know Snow, his career to this point and the events that led to his hiring.
January 4, 2003
Mark Washington is a 6-3, 235-pound linebacker prospect from Long Beach (Calif.) Poly, and is it any wonder Mark is interested in the Washington Huskies? Namesakes aside, there is serious interest from both Washingtons so Mark will be heading up to Seattle this weekend to see if the Dawgs are worthy of his name, and vise versa.
December 12, 2002