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  • Pac-12 notes: Two two-way players set to collide in Seattle

    PULLMAN – The days when a college football player was routinely expected to have an offensive and defensive position are long gone but Pac-12 coaches are rediscovering the merits of …


  • Pac-12 notes: Two two-way players set to collide in Seattle

    The days when a college football player was routinely expected to have an offensive and defensive position are long gone but Pac-12 coaches are rediscovering the merits of having their …


  • Saturday’s regional college football

    Huskies at Buffaloes Kickoff: 10 a.m., Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado


  • Cyler Miles will start in return to Colorado

    SEATTLE – For a team that has lost two games in a row, and for an offense that ranks as the worst in the Pac-12 Conference, the Huskies are optimistic …


  • No. 14 Arizona State knocks off Washington 24-10

    SEATTLE – Taylor Kelly threw two touchdown passes after missing more than a month with a foot injury, the second a 7-yarder to Gary Chambers with 3 minutes left in …


  • Ducks in a row: Oregon cruises to 11th straight win over Washington

    EUGENE, Ore. – Everything about the pregame scene here felt like big-time college football, with Oregon Ducks legend Kenny Wheaton hopping on a motorcycle just before kickoff against the rival …


  • Will this be the year the Dawgs beat the Ducks?

    EUGENE – Chris Petersen found success against Oregon while he was coach at Boise State. So it follows that there would be talk about whether he could do the same …


  • Will this be the year the Dawgs beat the Ducks?

    Chris Petersen found success against Oregon while he was coach at Boise State. So it follows that there would be talk about whether he could do the same with his …


  • Huskies safety Budda Baker picks off ball carriers

    SEATTLE – Budda Baker, the Washington Huskies’ freshman free safety, has played well enough during his first college football season to elicit constant praise from the UW coaching staff. But …


  • Give and Take: Tweets of the week

    @ TeamGleason People often say growing old sucks. I will be happy to grow old. #NoWhiteFlags – SG @1JessWalter UW 52-EWU 45, 4th quarter. UW athletics budget $92 million. EWU …


  • Eastern defense gets time to regroup

    SEATTLE – As the Eastern Washington football players exited the big stage Saturday afternoon, they did it to mixed reviews. The offense was staggering; the defense, simply staggered – by …


  • Huskies have work to do after Hawaii

    HONOLULU – With a Hawaiian lei draped around his neck as he stood on the Aloha Stadium field, John Timu’s evaluation of the Washington Huskies’ 17-16 victory over Hawaii on …


  • Petersen era to begin with Huskies at Hawaii

    Spending time on the islands during football season is not Washington coach Chris Petersen’s idea of a vacation. He learned the difficulty of taking a team to Hawaii when he …


  • Huskies face by-committee approach at running back

    SEATTLE – Bishop Sankey totaled so many rushing yards and scored so many touchdowns for the Washington Huskies the past two seasons, it might have been easy to forget what …


  • Lindquist will start in UW opener

    SEATTLE – Washington’s quarterback competition has been settled. For now, anyway.


  • Huskies return all offensive line starters

    SEATTLE – Before the Washington Huskies began fall camp, first-year coach Chris Petersen sat outside at a table on a sunny, late-July, weekday afternoon in Hollywood, and he was asked …


  • UW offense still in flux

    SEATTLE – Throughout spring practices, and again so far throughout fall camp, Washington Huskies coach Chris Petersen has referred to his team as a “work in progress.” Of course, any …


  • Huskies’ QB derby remains undecided

    SEATTLE – The time for Chris Petersen to make a decision is nearing. And if the Washington head football coach is to be believed, it’s not going to be an …


  • UW dismisses one lineman, adds another

    SEATTLE – Coach Chris Petersen announced at his pre-camp press conference on Sunday that sophomore Marcus Farria, who totaled 2.5 sacks in six games as a freshman in 2013, has …


  • Washington’s Chris Peterson suspends QB Cyler Mile

    LOS ANGELES – Even before Chris Petersen took the podium at Pac-12 media day, the Washington coach set the agenda for the Huskies interview session when he told sports radio …


  • Washington Huskies unveil new football uniforms

    SEATTLE – Introducing flashy monikers like “Northwest Frost,” “Purple Reign” and “Seattle Stealth,” the University of Washington, along with Nike, unveiled on Friday its new football uniforms for the 2014 …


  • Hard not to pull for UW’s Deontae Cooper

    At some point, perhaps, the Deontae Cooper story won’t start with his knees. It will, perhaps, open with him starting at running back for the Washington Huskies. That story doesn’t …


  • Price gets chance to shine at Washington pro day

    SEATTLE – Keith Price is Washington’s all-time leader in touchdown passes and is second in yards passing. So Washington’s three-year starting quarterback was more than a little shocked when he …


  • Petersen brings his philosophy to Seattle

    He walks around the field inside Husky Stadium with a red air horn holstered on his right hip and a black whistle dangling from his neck, and yet one could …


  • Huskies help serve needy in Bay Area

    SAN FRANCISCO – As the bus arrived and Washington’s defensive players and coaches filed off, the Huskies’ offensive squad waiting outside Glide Memorial Church prepared to board the same bus …


  • Huskies grab Petersen to replace Sark

    From all corners, the reaction to Washington’s new football coaching hire – overwhelmingly positive reaction, this time – seemed to circle back to the same common thread. The Huskies got …


  • Sarkisian leaving Huskies for USC job

    Steve Sarkisian, hired in December of 2008 to resurrect a program coming off a 0-12 season, has left Washington to accept the head coaching position at USC.


  • Simmons, Sarkisian go way back

    PULLMAN – Steve Sarkisian and Dennis Simmons will be on opposite sidelines during Friday’s Apple Cup. Though they coach rival schools, it will be the only time this year they …


  • Apple Cup will have bit more pizzazz

    PULLMAN – The football coaches at Washington State allow their players 24 hours to reflect after every game to revel in their victory or lament their defeat. But while it …


  • Apple Cup fraught with meaning this year

    The football coaches at Washington State allow their players 24 hours to reflect after every game to revel in their victory or lament their defeat.

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