Dawgbytes – 4/17

When you listen to Tyrone Willingham, you can count on him talking about subjects near and dear to his heart and competition is a key word in his vocabulary. He loves to compete. Whether it's a card game with a friend, when playing a round of golf or leading his players onto the field against an opponent, his focus is always on competing. He demands it and he thrives on it.
April 17, 2006

Playing the Waiting Game

When you think of the 'Clearinghouse', it's probably the Publishers Clearinghouse Sweepstakes. For high school football players, they deal with a clearinghouse of a different sort - an academic clearinghouse. When positive news comes down from the NCAA Clearinghouse, it can feel a lot like hitting the jackpot. For two Huskies-to-be, all the pieces are in place for good news to come 'round the bend.
July 15, 2004

TheInsiders Video of UW Commitment

<img src="http://media.theinsiders.com/Media/Other/154001_cameraprofile.JPG"> Nathan Flowers, a 6-4, 285-pound lineman from Chula Vista, California, has verbally committed to Washington over strong interest from San Diego State, Oklahoma, UCLA, Arizona and Oregon. Washington was his only written offer at the time of his decision, according to his father, Sam. Nathan committed to OL coach Dan Cozzetto after receiving the written offer from the Huskies.
January 31, 2004

Nathan Flowers trip report

Nathan Flowers took an official visit to Washington this past weekend with his Mother, Father and Stepmother. With family in tow, Nathan was about to get some news that would be a shock to the system, but it didn't stop him from putting his full commitment forward to being a Husky.
January 14, 2004

Flowers starting to bloom

Nathan Flowers is a 6-4, 290-pound offensive lineman from Chula Vista, California, and the Spartans came out of the gate with both guns blazing this fall. They are 5-0 and ranked number 4 in their county currently, and Nathan is a part of CV's success.
October 14, 2003

Nathan Flowers commits to Washington

Washington picked up their fourth commit from a lineman when Nathan Flowers, a 6-5 280-pound offensive/defensive tackle prospect from Chula Vista, California, made his decision to give a verbal pledge to the Huskies.
July 23, 2003