Coach's Corner

Eight of the 17 seniors set to be honored Thursday came to UW as members of the 2006 signing class: Greg Christine, Cameron Elisara, D'Andre Goodwin, Cody Habben, Matt Houston, Jake Locker., De'Shon Matthews and Ryan Tolar.
November 15, 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

UW Workout Photo Gallery

SEATTLE - Here is a photo gallery of the Washington Huskies working out under a blazing sun Thursday afternoon at Husky Stadium. The temperatures neared triple-digits, but that didn't stop the Huskies from putting in a spirited 7-7 workout.
July 8, 2010

Purple beats Gold in Husky Spring Game

A crowd of roughly 15,000 turned out for the first Friday Night Lights spring game in Washington's history and saw quite a bit of defense with a little offense sprinkled in. While they were entertained with several contests between Husky coaches and students, they also saw the Purple beat the Gold (white) team 14-13.
April 30, 2010

Defense Improving without Significant Pieces

After three weeks of spring ball and 11 practices, the Husky defense is starting to exert itself in the weekly standoffs called scrimmages. Here's a little progress report on the Husky defenders as I see them in practice. Even though they lost their two best players from last year in Donald Butler and Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, I think as a group they are making some great strides to fill those voids.
April 22, 2010

Everything up for grabs

SEATTLE - If it wasn't clear by Tuesday, Steve Sarkisian put it out there in big bold letters: Every Spot is Available. There is no depth chart right now, the UW Head Coach said after the Huskies' 10th practice of the spring. He wanted more physical play up front, he got it. He wanted to see different combinations of linemen on both sides of the line of scrimmage - he got that too.
April 20, 2010

Defense takes their turn

SEATTLE - After Jake Locker completed a pass to Kavario Middleton in the end zone, it looked like the whole offense went crazy in unison, jumping up and down. It appeared a football may have been the victim of some excessive celebration, and a few flags come out to spoil the mood.
April 17, 2010

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