Pro-Timing Day a second chance for some

SEATTLE - For the first time in five years, the Dempsey Indoor was abuzz with the thought of life after Husky football. Every March, Washington's Pro-Timing Day comes and goes, and recently it would pass with nary a mention. But 2009 has ushered in a new regime and a new way of doing things.
March 10, 2009

UW Pro Timing Day results

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

Te'o-Nesheim Earns Five Awards

SEATTLE - Junior defensive end Daniel Te'o-Nesheim earned several of the most prestigious honors, including the Guy Flaherty Award, at the Husky football team's postseason awards dinner. The dinner, which included coaches, players and family, was held Thursday evening at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Seattle
December 11, 2008

DawgmanRadio - Cal

OAKLAND, Calif. - Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com talked at length Saturday night about the Huskies' 48-7 loss to Cal earlier that day, the Usain Bolt-like exit of Tyrone Willingham and where Washington goes with their new head coach, USC Offensive Coordinator Steve Sarkisian.
December 7, 2008

Photo Gallery - Cal

BERKELEY, Calif. - Here are photos from Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds of California's 48-7 win over the Washington Huskies Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
December 6, 2008

DawgmanRadio - Apple Cup

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

Photo Gallery - Apple Cup

PULLMAN, Wash. - Here is Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds' photo gallery of pictures taken during Washington State's 16-13 double-overtime win over Washington in the 101st Apple Cup at Martin Stadium.
November 22, 2008

Huskies find another way to lose

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