Squad size hurts team work

The system has been implemented: The culture has been changed; the recruiting is excellent; the General is definitely in charge. That's my current opinion of Husky Football. Call me nuts, but I think this head coach will be here for at least 15 years and win this program many championships.
April 14, 2010

Backfield Competition Should Be Intense

With no Chris Polk on the scene, this spring promises to be highly competitive at the all-important running back position. Polk's absence, due to a shoulder rehab, will open up the tailback position with Johri Fogerson and Demitrius Bronson probably starting out at the top, but it will be real interesting if they can hold off the two youngsters, Deontae Cooper and Jesse Callier.
March 30, 2010

Spring Preview: Running Backs

In the third part of our on-going spring preview series, Dawgman.com takes a look at the running back position and what players to watch this spring as they fight for carries and playing time.
March 21, 2010

Tuesday Press Conference Notes

Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian addressed the media Tuesday on a range of topics, including the future of Jake Locker, the progress the program has made in regards to recruiting and whether or not he expects his staff to remain intact for the 2010 season.
December 8, 2009

Dawgman Insider Blog: August 2009, PART TWO

With the days ticking ever closer to Washington's September 5th clash with LSU, the more Steve Sarkisian is thinking about the game. More specifically, how the mechanics of the game are going to go. With that in mind, as well as the thought that he wants his team as fresh as possible going into their battle with the Bayou Bengals, it appears that full pads are done for fall camp.
August 27, 2009

Five Areas of Concern as New Era Approaches

With all the good that has been coming out of Montlake, we are constantly being reminded of the terrible hangover from the previous system. Not one article or prognostication fails to mention the record or how awful the team was. I guess that is just the reality of losing, but I know the Huskies easily could've won four or five games had they not lost Jake Locker.
July 1, 2009

Spring Review: Offense

With the annual Purple and Gold game on Saturday, spring practice has concluded and now the focus turns to offseason workouts and conditioning as the team prepares to rectify what happened during last season's 0-12 record. Some players made big jumps this spring and some still have work to do. Here's a position-by-position look at how things ended up this spring with a grade for the progress made…
April 26, 2009

Spring Game Blog

SEATTLE - With everything wide open this spring, anticipation for Washington football has been growing by the week. Saturday the team gets their chance to show what they've been able to accomplish over the past 15 practices in front of a UW crowd eager to get the taste of 2008 out of their mouths.
April 25, 2009