Washington hasn't played host to a lot of NFL scouts over the past few seasons, but this year LB Donald Butler piqued the interest of several clubs with his Senior Bowl and Combine performances, so they descended on Montlake Wednesday morning to get a look at how the senior linebacker ran and got to see several other former Huskies as well...
March 10, 2010
SEATTLE - Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund and Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com break down Washington's improbable 42-10 thrashing of Cal Saturday night at Husky Stadium, including what it might mean for Jake Locker as he contemplates his decision to stay one more year or head to the NFL.
December 6, 2009
All the principals involved aren't talking about it; yet in many ways it's the only question worth asking now - will Jake Locker turn pro? With UW football finishing their season with nothing but pride on the line, fans are already looking ahead in anticipation, wondering if their junior quarterback will take the money and run to the NFL? Or will he stick around Montlake for one more season?
December 1, 2009
There were only 12 seniors listed in Washington's full depth chart for their last game, against OSU. Of the 27 listed in the offensive depth, only four were seniors and only two were starters recruited and signed into the program. Out of 28 listed players on defense, only seven were seniors - but again only three starters. There is only one senior of 11 listed players in the kicking game.
November 24, 2009
Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters and special guest Jeff 'Sweet Lou' Carr of Dawgman.com took time out during their travels back from Corvallis, Ore. to talk about Washington's 48-21 drubbing at the hands of the Oregon State Beavers, what it means as they regroup for WSU anc Cal, and what it also means as we look ahead for what UW might look like in 2010.
November 15, 2009
CORVALLIS, Ore. - The 27-point loss, the worst ever for the Washington Huskies on the road to Oregon State, could have been even uglier. With the game already out of hand, the Huskies scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to save a little face, but not much. The only statistics Washington measured up to were punts and kickoff returns. Not in terms of how well they did, just how many.
November 14, 2009