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Huskies turn back Trojans

LOS ANGELES – Jazmine Davis scored 26 points and Washington shook off a slow start to beat USC 67-61 in Pacific-12 Conference women’s basketball action on Sunday. The Huskies (12-9, …


Huskies’ Wilcox has stress fracture, to miss more games

SEATTLE – Washington guard C.J. Wilcox has a stress fracture in his right femur near his hip and is doubtful to play next weekend against California and Stanford. Wilcox sat …


Huskies hold off Redhawks in all-Seattle battle

SEATTLE – C.J. Wilcox scored nine of his career-high 25 points during a crucial stretch late in the second half, Tony Wroten added 24 and Washington held off Seattle’s second-half …


Freshman gives UW dual-sport athlete

SEATTLE – Austin Seferian-Jenkins knows what fans of the University of Washington football team might be thinking right about now. As the freshman tight end-turned-power forward begins life as a …


Stanford, Cal win men’s Pac-12 openers

Josh Huestis blocked a potential go-ahead jumper by Lazeric Jones with 3 seconds remaining, lifting Stanford to a 60-59 Pac-12 men’s basketball victory over UCLA on Thursday night in Stanford, …


Wroten, UW men handle OSU in Pac-12 Conference opener

SEATTLE – University of Washington freshman guard Tony Wroten has been piling up turnovers in big numbers this season – almost 4.5 per game, more than double any other teammate …


Fireworks at Alamo

Having become proficient in both reading and arithmetic well before he arrived at the University of Washington 3½ years ago, senior defensive lineman Everette Thompson doesn’t need anyone to spell …


Will Polk stay or go?

Fans of the Baylor Bears aren’t the only ones who will be watching this week’s Alamo Bowl with a split sense of appreciation and dread over the possibility that a …


Even Huskies fans can’t dislike Baylor’s Griffin

You’ve gotta hate this guy. For three and a half hours on Thursday night, Huskies fans, you’ve got to find it in your hearts to despise college football’s most exciting, …


Huskies freshman TE Seferian-Jenkins learned from key drop

SEATTLE – With one game remaining, Washington freshman Austin Seferian-Jenkins already has more receptions than all but six other UW tight ends have had in a season. It’s a catch …


Washington, Baylor share dynamic offenses

SEATTLE – Steve Sarkisian said the similarities are remarkable. The team his University of Washington football team faces in the Dec. 29 Alamo Bowl has a lot that reminds him …


Huskies ready to welcome Suggs back after surgery

Shortly after boarding the bus that would take the University of Washington men’s basketball team to SeaTac Airport and the start of a seven-day trip to New York City, senior …


Huskies may be headed to Alamo Bowl

SEATTLE – Steve Sarkisian knows a little bit about where he’ll be for the holidays. “I’m just going to be happy that Christmas morning I’m going to be waking up …


Washington faces 3-game road test

RENO, Nev. – To suggest Washington’s much-anticipated three-game road trip will make or break the season is an overstatement. Still, the 5,946-mile cross-country trek, which begins tonight at Nevada, might …


Huskies wait to learn their bowl fate

SEATTLE – Now the Washington Huskies rest and wait. The resting part seemed to most excite quarterback Keith Price, who looked healthier Saturday in the Apple Cup as he led …


Huskies put Cougs in early hole, take Apple Cup victory

SEATTLE – The start couldn’t have been much worse. And the finish wasn’t much better. Add it up and Washington State had lost its third consecutive Apple Cup, falling 38-21 …


Huskies expect Montana to start at quarterback

SEATTLE – If University of Washington football coach Steve Sarkisian could go back in time and pick any quarterback to lead his team Saturday afternoon, he wouldn’t have to think …


Huskies brush aside Portland

SEATTLE – Terrence Ross scored 13 of his 24 points in the first half, and Washington used big runs at the end of the first half and beginning of the …


Huskies celebrate reaching bowl eligibility

SEATTLE – After three hours and 20 minutes, a combined 913 yards, seven turnovers, and three laborious replay reviews, the Washington Huskies finally accomplished one big goal Saturday night – …


Polk scores five TDs to carry Huskies past Arizona

SEATTLE – In a game that often seemed to stretch the bounds of convention, it was the Huskies who finally found some firm footing Saturday night. Washington used five touchdowns …


Sark vows defense will get better

SEATTLE –The Washington Huskies were saying all the right things on Monday afternoon. The UW football team is turning the page on Saturday’s loss at Stanford and is focusing on …


UW steps it up

SEATTLE – Steve Sarkisian is in a groove. So are the Washington Huskies. The UW football coach hopes neither misses a beat when his newly 22nd-ranked Huskies visit No. 7 …


Sark remembers ‘unique’ Al Davis

SEATTLE – When news came down over the weekend that Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis had passed away, University of Washington coach Steve Sarkisian was reminded of his first NFL …


Huskies QB to rest during bye week

SEATTLE – Washington opened the football season with a game-saving interception to squeak past FCS opponent Eastern Washington. The Huskies have been making progress since. At 4-1 overall and 2-0 …


Goal-line stand keys UW’s victory over Cal

SEATTLE – Fourth down, near the goal line, seconds left on the clock. California needed a touchdown and two-point conversion to send the game into overtime. Washington’s suddenly stringent defense …


UW junior Trufant concentrates on getting little things right

The little things make big plays. When Demetrice Martin talked about the growth of cornerback Desmond Trufant, Washington’s defensive backs coach used one short phrase to explain the difference a …


Williams era begins

When the Washington Huskies opened preseason camp on Monday it marked the debut of heralded freshman wide receiver Kasen Williams, who was voted the Parade Magazine national high school player …


UW looking to Price to fill starting quarterback role

With a few strokes of luck, and significantly fewer strikes from Luck, the University of Washington football team might finally shed its decade-long role of conference also-ran and find itself …


College game suits Huskies’ Romar perfectly

SEATTLE – Lorenzo Romar would be the perfect coaching hire for the Minnesota Timberwolves. This is a young, energetic team that slowly is piecing together talented players such as power …


Huskies head east in NCAA tournament

SEATTLE – Washington will face Georgia on Friday in Charlotte, N.C., in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. The Huskies are a No. 7 seed, Georgia a No. 10. “We’re playing …