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  • Huskies on the rise in Year 3 of Chris Petersen era

    There was, in the words of one player last year, “a lot of head-butting” going on between Husky players and coaches after Chris Petersen and his staff arrived from Boise …


  • Washington football coach Chris Petersen signs 2-year contract extension

    Washington coach Chris Petersen has signed a two-year contract extension keeping him tied to the Huskies through the 2020 season, the school announced on Thursday.


  • No. 10 Stanford beats Washington 31-14

    Washington Huskies struggle in 31-14 loss to 10th-ranked Stanford Cardinal.


  • UW quarterback Cyler Miles retires from football

    SEATTLE – The Cyler Miles era is officially over for the Washington Huskies football team. The school announced Monday that Miles, the fourth-year junior quarterback who had been on an …


  • UW quarterback Miles retires from football

    The University of Washington announced Monday that fourth-year quarterback Cyler Miles has decided to retire from football due to a “chronic hip injury.”


  • Baker will see duty returning punts

    SEATTLE – He was only a freshman last season, so Budda Baker’s role on the Washington Huskies football team was understandably limited. Limited to a whole lot of defense and …


  • Huskies LB/RB Thompson wins Hornung Award

    SEATTLE – Whether he played linebacker, safety, running back or special teams, Washington Huskies junior Shaq Thompson seemed to find a way to make big plays in 2014. And on …


  • 2-minute drill: Washington at Washington State

    1 Kick high, deep, or wide. Washington State is the only team to give up as many as three punt returns for touchdowns and one of just two teams to …


  • Apple Cup: WSU offense vs. UW defense

    Saturday night’s Apple Cup will be a matchup of strength on strength and the trophy will go to the winner of the battle between Washington’s defense and Washington State’s offense.


  • Huskies looking to shore up defense

    SEATTLE – Washington’s defense seemed on the verge of being depleted but is about to get a bit of a reprieve. The Huskies will get a boost in the form …


  • 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 …


  • UW lineman Colin Tanigawa makes transition to center

    SEATTLE – He’s pretty sure that many of his teammates have no idea what his real name is. And he doesn’t care much if anyone outside the Washington football program …


  • Camaraderie among Huskies has been a priority under Peterson

    SEATTLE – Danny Shelton had his doubts. How, Washington’s senior nose tackle wondered, would him being more friendly with a freshman running back in the spring help the Huskies beat, …


  • Concerns about Seferian-Jenkins

    The NFL Combine was supposed to be a time to prove things for Austin Seferian-Jenkins. The University of Washington star had won the Maxwell Award as the nation’s top tight …


  • Bishop Sankey will enter NFL draft

    Washington running back Bishop Sankey will skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft after the best rushing season in school history.


  • Commentary: Washington prevails despite drama and turmoil

    SAN FRANCISCO – The Washington Huskies no longer Bark for Sark. The temporary new theme, it seems, is to act screwy for Tui. A turbulent three weeks in the wake …


  • Sankey ties record in Fight Hunger win

    SAN FRANCISCO – A tumultuous month that started with coach Steve Sarkisian leaving for another job ended with a milestone win for Washington. Bishop Sankey ran for 95 yards and …


  • Huskies defeat BYU 31-16 in Fight Hunger Bowl

    A tumultuous month that started with coach Steve Sarkisian leaving for another job ended with a milestone win for Washington.


  • UW’s Lupoi defends himself on Twitter

    SEATTLE – It was business as usual for the Washington Huskies football team on Thursday, even as the athletic department tends to some unusual business. By now, the Los Angeles …


  • Huskies lured Petersen from Boise

    SEATTLE – 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 …


  • QB Price’s status uncertain

    SEATTLE – This scenario feels very familiar to Washington Huskies football quarterback Keith Price. Two years ago, in the midst of a tremendous sophomore season, Price was forced to the …


  • UW an easy choice for GameDay show

    SEATTLE – Lee Fitting called it a no-brainer, this visit to the University of Washington by ESPN’s College GameDay crew. Fitting is a senior coordinating producer at ESPN, and as …


  • Grandfather will see Sankey play after having sight restored

    SEATTLE – The more animated he gets, the more Grandpa Sankey’s Southern drawl echoes through the phone. The 68-year-old from Montgomery, Ala., is excited, and understandably so. On Saturday night, …


  • Ross can be Dawg-gone good

    SEATTLE – The first kickoff was short. John Ross, Washington’s freshman receiver and return specialist, sprinted 10 yards from the goal line and tried to cradle the ball to his …


  • Huskies into ‘The Process’

    SEATTLE – Kasen Williams doesn’t need to point fingers at anyone else. You want to know about the maturation of this Washington football program? You want to know why the …


  • Huskies’ Sankey leads nation in rushing

    The headline in the initial wire-service report Saturday night summed up the national recognition of Washington’s running back.


  • Price directing Huskies’ new up-tempo offense

    SEATTLE – The flat screens, in-ground ice baths and barber chair aren’t the only new things in renovated Husky Stadium. One of the more noticeable changes this fall is Keith …


  • Commentary: UW’s Deontae Cooper close to claiming ‘victory’

    You can make a movie based on Deontae Cooper’s grit. Even more impressive, however, is his grace. The Washington running back has been the unluckiest man in the game the …


  • Morrison hired as GU student coach

    College Basketball: Former Gonzaga great Adam Morrison is taking classes at the school and expected to have a role with the basketball program. Head coach Mark Few told CBSSports.com that …


  • Tuiasosopo returns to Husky staff, will coach quarterbacks

    SEATTLE – The University of Washington reached out to one of the most legendary names in its history to fill an opening on its football coaching staff Saturday, hiring Marques …

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