Boyles decides to leave UW

Husky DB Anthony Boyles confirmed to on Wednesday that he has decided to transfer from the University of Washington.
January 5, 2011

Dawg Blog - Stanford

Here's this week's Dawg Blog, where you can find all the notes, quotes, depth charts and all the rest leading up to the Stanford-Washington football game, held at 4 PM PST at Husky Stadium Saturday. The game will be shown on Versus.
October 27, 2010

Dawg Blog - Nebraska

It's week three, and for some reason week three always brings about a tough opponent for Washington of late. USC, Oklahoma, Ohio's been a virtual bloodbath at home. This weekend is no different, as the No. 6 Nebraska Cornhuskers come calling. Can the Huskies pull out a little last-second magic, as they did last year against the No. 3-ranked Trojans? Or will it a lopsided affair?
September 16, 2010

Dawg Blog - Syracuse

Wednesday was not a good one for the Washington Huskies, as Will Mahan was diagnosed with a season-ending injury, and running back Johri Fogerson is doubtful to play this Saturday against Syracuse. We spoke with UW Head Coach Steve Sarkisian to get his thoughts on the injuries, as well as his take on the team bouncing back from their loss to BYU.
September 8, 2010

Dawg Blog - BYU

The media caught up with Steve Sarkisian one last time before the Washington Huskies head off to Utah for their hotly anticipated clash with BYU Saturday at 5 PM MST. He talked about the availability of Brandon Huppert, Greg Ducre, Kalani Aldrich, James Johnson - and also gave us the team's itinerary for Friday as they travel to Salt Lake City.
September 2, 2010

Dawgman Insider Blog 2: August 2010

Saturday's practice signaled the end of fall camp, and when the three horns blew, the whole team erupted in cheers, and the people that were in attendance applauded.  It's officially the end of Camp Sark for 2010!
August 28, 2010

Dawgman Insider Blog: August 2010

Wednesday night was another spirited session in shells and shorts, but the hitting never stopped and there was strong play on both sides of the ball. As we are into the dawg days of Camp Sark, players are trying their best to impress the coaches and show them that they belong.
August 18, 2010

Fall Preview: Defensive Backs

As a Washington fan this decade, you could count the minutes of bliss heading into football season with an egg timer. The buildup and anticipation that the Huskies were going to improve over the season before became shorter and shorter - to the point where it basically became a running joke.
August 3, 2010