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During a recruiting cycle in which just about everything went according to plan – in which everything came together as well, if not better, than any other recruiting class in program history – the Washington Huskies nonetheless wrapped up National Signing Day with a bit of a sour taste Wednesday.
During a recruiting cycle in which just about everything went according to plan – in which everything came together as well, if not better, than any other recruiting class in program history – the Washington Huskies nonetheless wrapped up National Signing Day with a bit of a sour taste Wednesday.

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Former Georgia quarterback Jacob Eason (10) stands along the sideline during the first half of the team's NCAA college football game against Kentucky in Athens, Ga. (John Bazemore / AP)

Washington welcomes home Georgia transfer QB Jacob Eason

UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 6, 2018, 7:11 p.m.

Jacob Eason was a five-star recruit from Lake Stevens High School north of Seattle. He signed with Georgia in 2016 and started as a freshman, but injured his knee in last season’s opener and never could regain his starting job from freshman Jake Fromm.
Washington’s Steve Emtman leaves the field after the Huskies’ 34-14 win over Michigan in the 1992 Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Emtman and Washington’s quarterback Billy Joe Hobert were named co-MVPs of the game. Emtman, a star lineman from Cheney High School, was part of a 1988 recruiting class at UW that included Lincoln Kennedy, Mark Brunell and Mario Bailey, among others. (Bob Galbraith / AP)

Washington’s heralded recruiting class reminiscent of ’88 group featuring Steve Emtman

UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 6, 2018, 7:04 p.m.

Thirty years after landing perhaps their best recruiting class, the Washington Huskies have what many see as another special recruiting class. Coach Chris Petersen has already signed the bulk of the highest-ranked class of his coaching career — and one of the most touted in program history. The recruiting site 247Sports.com ranks the class No. 9 nationally and No. 1 in the Pac-12.

Jimmy Lake, one of the most in-demand coaches in college football, will be promoted as Washington’s defensive coordinator and take over as the Huskies’ primary defensive play-caller in 2018. (Ted S. Warren / Associated Press)

Jimmy Lake to call defensive plays for Huskies next season

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 18, 2018, 11:19 p.m.

Jimmy Lake, one of the most in-demand coaches in college football, will be promoted as Washington’s defensive coordinator and take over as the Huskies’ primary defensive play-caller in 2018, a source confirmed to The Seattle Times.
Washington coach Chris Petersen, quarterback Jake Browning and running back Myles Gaskin. (Associated Press)

Looking back on the Washington Huskies’ top 10 moments for 2017

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 9, 2018, 8:23 p.m.

The Washington Huskies concluded their 2017 season with a 35-28 loss to No. 9 Penn State in the Fiesta Bowl on Saturday. The Huskies finished the season with a 10-3 record, marking the first time since 1990-91 that the program has had back-to-back double-digit win totals.
Washington’s Dante Pettis celebrates with teammates after his 64-yard punt-return touchdown against Oregon in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Seattle on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017. Pettis holds the NCAA record for punt returns for touchdowns with nine. (Bettina Hansen / Associated Press)

There’s lots to love in Fiesta Bowl when Washington takes on Penn State

A one-time Heisman Trophy front-runner in Penn State’s Saquon Barkley. Record-breaking receiver/punt returner Dante Pettis of Washington. Prolific quarterback on both teams; Jake Browning for Washington, Trace McSorley at Penn State. Program-building coaches in Washington’s Chris Petersen and Penn State’s James Franklin. What’s not to like?
Washington Huskies defensive back JoJo McIntosh picks off a pass intended for Washington State Cougars wide receiver Kyle Sweet (17) during the 2017 Apple Cup. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)

Washington Huskies’ Jojo McIntosh has taste for what it takes to succeed in life

When he needs a taste of home, when his supply of Cambodian spices are running short, Jojo McIntosh calls grandma. Cooking is an outlet for McIntosh, the Huskies’ junior safety. One of his favorite dishes is Cha Kroeung, a sautéed stir-fry chicken that’s best served with grandma’s lemon grass seasoning. When he needs more, she’s happy to ship some flavor his way.