Pre-Spring Outlook - Defensive Line

SEATTLE - Washington Defensive Coordinator Ed Donatell was less than two days into his new job when he was asked a seemingly basic question; would he be using the 4-3 or 3-4 as his base defense? Well, given the fact that he only has eight scholarshipped players returning along the defensive line, it should be an easy question to answer. Or is it?
March 28, 2008

Coach's Corner

Recently the pro scouts came to Washington to work out local kids and to assess their potential to play at the next level. Unfortunately, Washington is no longer considered the hotbed it once was for professional talent.
March 25, 2008

Jaguars Interested in Specialist

Find out what Pac-10 pass rushing specialist the team has a visit set up for in a couple weeks.
March 21, 2008

Dawg Blog - Hawai'i

HONOLULU - The game between Washington and Hawai'i is the classic 'everything to gain, nothing to lose' matchup between two teams seemingly going in opposite directions. Problem is, the dichotomy isn't just refering to one program. The Warriors have to win this game to legitimize their BCS bowl run; the Huskies have nothing to lose because they haven't gone bowling since 2002.
November 26, 2007

DawgmanRadio - Apple Cup

SEATTLE - Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund and Chris Fetters of talked after Washington State defeated Washington 42-35 in the 100th playing of the Apple Cup at Husky Stadium. What went right, what went wrong? We talk about all of it - and then some - in this segment of DawgmanRadio.
November 25, 2007

Photo Gallery - Apple Cup

SEATTLE -'s Kim Grinolds captured all the sights of the 100th meeting between Washington and Washington State in the Apple Cup at Husky Stadium. The Cougars won the game 42-35.
November 25, 2007

Dawg Blog - Apple Cup

SEATTLE - The 100th Apple Cup between Washington and Washington State is usually played with mroe than just in-state bragging rights at stake. This Saturday, however, that's all there is. The Huskies are hoping to finish their season by bowling a turkey, and by the way WSU's season is finishing, it looks like basketball season has already started in the Palouse.
November 19, 2007

Dawg Blog - California

SEATTLE - Well, the Washington Huskies are officially out of another post-season for the fifth-straight year and will have a losing record for their fourth-straight season - a school record. With the program headed backwards in the win-loss column, is it safe to say that Tyrone Willingham is coaching for his future these next three weeks? A win over Cal would definitely help his cause.
November 12, 2007