SEATTLE - Here are the unofficial results from Washington's Pro Timing Day, held Tuesday at the Dempsey Indoor Facility. Among those who participated were Juan Garcia, Mesphin Forrester, Johnie Kirton, Casey Bulyca, Michael Gottlieb, Chad Macklin, Donny Mateaki and Anthony Russo.
March 10, 2009
Outside of Yakima, Wash. - In this segment of DawgmanRadio - Kim Grinolds, Jon Martone and Chris Fetters put together a little roundtable chat on what they saw Saturday at the 101st Apple Cup, what went wrong for the Washington Huskies, and who just might be the right guy to fix it in order to get prospects like Deandre Coleman back in the boat.
November 23, 2008
PULLMAN, Wash. - In a game featuring teams no one wanted to watch, Washington and Washington State made the 101st Apple Cup one for the ages, defying every reasonable convention. Nico Grasu's 37-yard field goal in the second overtime propelled the Cougars to a fitting 16-13 triumph at Martin Stadium Saturday.
November 22, 2008
It's after the bye week, is there a game this coming weekend? You bet. The Oregon State Beavers - fresh off hanging 66 on Washington State, come looking for more Evergreen State pelts as they trek to Seattle to take on a beleaguered bunch of Huskies. The spread is already two touchdowns; is that being kind, or does Washington have it in them to reverse this curse?
October 16, 2008
SEATTLE - This week's dawg blog sees the Huskies heading out of the Northwest for the first time this year - to Tucson, Ariz. to face the Arizona Wildcats. At 0-4, the only bright spot the Huskies might see this weekend comes courtesy of that patented Arizona sunshine.
October 2, 2008
With the bye week in the rearview mirror, the Washington Huskies return to work Saturday against Stanford. The Huskies are desperate for a taste of success, and if they plan on reaching any post-season goals, a win over the Cardinal is pretty much mandatory.
September 27, 2008
With the Washington Huskies coming off a heartbreaking home loss against No. 15 BYU, they have to rebound, and do so quickly against the Oklahoma Sooners, the No. 3 team in the country. The last time the Huskies hosted a top-five team from outside the conference? No. 4 Miami in 2000, and we all know what happened in that game. To quote Al Michaels - do you believe in miracles?
September 13, 2008
Much like last season, the Washington Huskies face a team from a non-BCS conference for their home opener. Last year it was Boise State; this year it's BYU. The stakes have been raised, however. With 0-1 and the prospects of playing another top-25 team staring them right in the face, how will Tyrone Willingham and his Huskies respond this Saturday?
September 4, 2008