Wow! Totally outclassed in LA. Obviously, firing the coach and leaving him on the sidelines didn't inspire the still defeated Washington Huskies. This time it was embarrassing as the Trojans of USC literally did whatever they wanted to in shutting out an emotionless and almost flatlined Husky team by 56 points.
November 3, 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
One of the only college football teams in the country without a win continues to spin in the spiral of defeatism. This latest loss for the Washington Huskies - at the hands of that mighty football power the Stanford Cardinal - was a particularly tough pill to swallow, simply because the Cardinal beat the Huskies the way the Huskies used to beat them; by physically pounding them.
October 1, 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
Not only is the Huskies' tackling to date leaving something to be desired, but a rare few are taking the blunt end of the shots when they are delivered. Mason Foster, Nate Williams and Mesphin Forrester have already eclipsed the 20-tackle mark. The only player on the defensive line to get into double-digit tackles is Daniel Te'o-Nesheim with 17.
September 17, 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
SEATTLE - Regardless how you interpret his words, Washington Head Coach Tyrone Willingham made one thing very clear on Monday; 2007 leading tackler E.J. Savannah won't be around with the Huskies travel to Eugene August 30th to tangle with Oregon. So expect the man to step up and assume Savannah's role to be an LB with the initials DB.
August 20, 2008