Competition is key for UW offensive line

The trademarks of the most successful Washington football teams were a tough, attacking defenses and big and physical offensive lines. The 2007 version of the Husky offensive line could be one of the biggest in the nation and the hard work by a few second-year lineman has made the competition along the line the best it's been in years
August 14, 2007

Husky recruiting at a glance

Washington signed 21 prospective student athletes, and has the potential to bring in one more if the academic Gods are on their side. One look at this class and three things come to mind – it has balance, it has the feel of a class that went for immediate help, and it has a decidedly southern flavor to it.
February 12, 2006

Juco OL commits to Dawgs

When he visited Washington back in December, he was sold on everything about the Washington football program. The problem was the Husky coaching staff wasn't necessarily sold on him. Things change though, and Tuesday night Santa Monica Junior College OL Aaron Mason received an offer and decided to become a Husky, but only after a tumultuous month and a half.
January 25, 2006

Trip report: Aaron Mason

It's obvious that the Husky coaching staff is out to strengthen the offensive line and they are taking steps to bring in some talent to the "road graders" up front. One player that was brought in this past weekend was Santa Monica College OL Aaron Mason. Mason returned to southern California this evening and updated us on how his trip to Washington went and how close he is to making a decision.
December 11, 2005

Aaron Mason has three visits set up

Aaron Mason has become a very popular junior college offensive tackle recently. The 6-foot-6 and 270 pound tackle from Santa Monica (Calif.) College was offered first by Nebraska and they seemed destined to get the first official visit. In the past couple of weeks though all of that has changed. Who will Mason be visiting and will Nebraska get a visit from the big-man?
November 30, 2005

Huskers target junior college lineman

Talent is still turning up in the junior college ranks. A little known offensive lineman from California has quietly had a solid year on a team that only went 1-9. Talent can be spotted though and Nebraska has stepped up and offered the big offensive tackle.
November 17, 2005