Wednesday Coach Quotes/Video

SEATTLE - spoke with Jimmie Dougherty, Eric Kiesau and Joel Thomas Wednesday about Washington's upcoming game with LSU, the disappointment of losing Jesse Callier, can Bishop Sankey be the man, how will the UW offense handle LSU's defensive ends, and is Kevin Smith getting stronger?
September 5, 2012

Practice Spotlight - Day Four

SEATTLE - There was plenty of news to share Thursday, and not all of it was coming from the football field. Too many pieces of information were coming from the training room for Steve Sarkisian's taste, and none of it from anything done in a crazy fashion on the football field.
August 9, 2012

Player/Coach Quotes - Day Four

SEATTLE - spoke to Eric Kiesau, Joel Thomas, Danny Shelton, Lawrence Lagafuaina and Michael Hartvigson Thursday after Day Four of Washington's Fall Camp was done. Here's what they had to say.
August 9, 2012

Practice Spotlight - Day Ten

SEATTLE - God Bless the Dempsey Indoor Facility. During a particularly gloomy Friday morning in the Emerald City, those expected to watch Washington's tenth practice had planning to do. How many layers? Was it umbrella time? How long did you want to expose yourself to standing there, watching players run around while you could do nothing but get wet?
April 20, 2012

DawgmanTV: Friday CoachSpeak

SEATTLE - In this Day Ten episode of DawgmanTV, we speak with four UW assistant coaches - Justin Wilcox, Joel Thomas, Dan Cozzetto, and Tosh Lupoi - and get their takes on how each of their position groups has improved, what they have focused on so far, and what needs to take place the final week of spring to finish with a bang.
April 20, 2012

Polk Leads Huskies to Great Road Win

Chris Polk has now led his team to a record of 4-1 and he is on the run with the best games yet to come. His 29-carry, 189-yard performance against Utah put him into second place all-time, behind only Napoleon Kaufman in the Husky record books.
October 5, 2011

Dawgman Insider Blog: April 2011 is turning into Jake Locker Central as almost every story revolving around the Washington football program is focused on their former quarterback, taken with the No. 8 pick overall by the Tennessee Titans.
April 28, 2011

Lagafuaina following the Ta'amu Plan

The first time I saw Lawrence Lagafuaina play football, it was just him and his 'Aiea teammates, having fun during a two-hand touch scrimmage during the May Evaluation Period two years ago. It was a beautiful sunset in Honolulu that evening, but Lagafuaina stole the show. He was a bowling ball of a man, every bit the six feet and 350 pounds he measured in at.
April 12, 2011