While the Washington-USC game had a controversial ending, the Washington coaches weren't too interested in talking about that. They were much more interested in talking about how well their team had played and how, if they had taken care of business earlier in the game, it would never had been decided by a play that ended up being a non-play.
October 8, 2006
Here are photos taken Tuesday afternoon during Washington's final week of preparation leading up to their first game week, against San Jose State on Saturday, September 2nd at Husky Stadium. Today the receivers are featured, along with a certain quarterback whose last name rhymes with 'talker'.
August 23, 2006
Tim Lappano has his work cut out for him putting points up on the board this year, and he knows it. He also knows that he has a receiving corps that accounted for only six touchdowns in 2005, with only one person having more than one score to their credit. But as is his want, he sounded more than just upbeat in talking about his pass-catchers; he was talking about big-play capability.
August 17, 2006
It's not often that you meet a wide receiver who averages 69 yards per reception. But that's what happens when you sit down alongside Washington receiver and kick returner Marlon Wood. In his sophomore year of 2005, Wood soared though the Husky sky like a meteor before seeing his season disintegrate due to injury.
August 15, 2006
What's the most important thing when trying to tackle Reggie Bush one-on-one? I know, it seems like a joke where you could come up with a myriad of quips for the fleet-footed one, but when it comes to actually trying to find a way to shackle USC's phenomenal running back, coaches - like their players - have literally come up empty.
October 19, 2005
He's no Harry Wappler, but Tyrone Willingham follows the weather just as closely as Seattle's most respected meteorologists. It's not high comedy, but listening to Willingham list off the details of Saturday's weather forcast typically elicits a smile or chuckle from those on press row. It's just one of many details Willingham looks at when determining his game plan, but there are some things he can't replicate - like dog bones. Dog bones?
October 12, 2005
Washington Head Coach Tyrone Willingham was not interested in talking about Oregon, the Ducks, or anything that had to do with the Huskies opponent two weeks from now. Apparently those questions will be relevent to him and his team next Monday. Instead, the Huskies have four priorities for their program going into a well-placed BYE week.
October 3, 2005