Now that Signing Day is done, Dawgman has taken the time to sort through the rubble to see where how Washington Huskies finished out the recruiting process. Did they finish out the way they wanted to? Did they address all their needs? Did they get a solid mix of stars and team players? Was their haul effectively balanced between offense and defense?
February 8, 2011
Washington won their last three games in a row, and not only earned a trip to the Holiday Bowl, but they got a huge measure of revenge in beating Nebraska. That is a great reward not only for a team that worked so hard to overcome a three-game losing streak, but also for a program that has not been to the post season in nearly a decade.
January 10, 2011
WILSONVILLE, Ore. - In the driving rain, Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters persevered the elements to bring you the post-Oregon edition of Dawgman Radio. They talk about Washington's 37-point loss at No. 1 Oregon, the good, the bad and the ugly for the game (that would be special teams), as well as Keith Price's debut and if the Dawgs have enough in the tank to make it to a bowl.
November 7, 2010
It's great to come back to a working week off a win, let the Washington Huskies have to do something they haven't done once this entire season - win back-to-back games. A loss followed by a win followed by a loss has become a maddening part of UW life lately. So how are they going to get it done against a top-15 BCS team? Below is all the information you're looking for as UW gets ready for UA.
October 20, 2010
The Huskies started out like a house-a-fire: A great opening drive on a crisp Seattle evening had ended with a careless fumble. Not to be denied, the Huskies came right back, only this time finished it with a touchdown. Then another touchdown and another one, and all of sudden it was 21-0 and there was still 10 minutes left in the second quarter. It had the makings of a rout.
October 19, 2010
SEATTLE - It was 1:11 in the morning, and we couldn't have been happier. They just witnessed a heck of a football game - a 35-34 double-overtime thriller - and the best part was that we weren't talking about a loss. Scott Eklund, Chris Fetters, Kim Grinolds, Scott Panitz and Sabrina Squires sequestered themselves deep in the Founder's Club to produce this latest segment of DawgmanRadio.
October 17, 2010
SEATTLE - Dawgman.com's Scott Eklund took a well-deserved day off, and apparently a well-timed one at that. That meant that Chris Fetters, Kim Grinolds - as well as our wonderful interns Scott Panitz and Sabrina Squires - had to pick up the slack and analyze the soggy situation that ended up being ASU 24-14 at Husky Stadium. What went wrong? Who were the culprits in UW's demise?
October 10, 2010