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Washington has 82 scholarship football players … and opportunities to add.
Washington has 82 scholarship football players … and opportunities to add.
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Sports >  UW football

Commentary: UW Huskies will soon answer their most important offseason question – who starts at quarterback

UPDATED: Sun., April 17, 2022

Yes, it’s the middle of April. The revitalized Mariners won their home-opening series over the Astros. The Kraken just brought up the No. 2 overall pick in Matty Beniers, who scored in his second NHL game. The Storm are less than a month from their regular-season debut, the Sounders are six games into their MLS season, and organized team activities are on the horizon for the Seahawks.
Sports >  UW football

Like so many Sirmons, Camden Sirmon ‘grew up a Dawg.’ Can the Husky walk-on separate himself at running back?

“I wasn’t really expecting anything, coming in and being a walk-on. It’s just what you’ve got to do,” Camden Sirmon said last week. “My advice for any freshman or walk-on is just, ‘Be quiet and earn the respect of the older guys and work your (expletive) off. If an opportunity presents itself, jump on it and roll with it.’”
Sports >  High school sports

Gonzaga Prep grad Devin Culp was destined to play for Kalen DeBoer. Will he develop into UW’s next NFL tight end?

UPDATED: Mon., April 11, 2022

The 6-foot-4, 244-pound tight end recorded 20 catches for 222 yards and a touchdown in an elevated role last season – including five catches for 81 yards against Cal and six catches for 83 yards against Colorado. Culp flashed the athleticism that allowed him to excel in both football and basketball at Gonzaga Prep, while (somewhat) exorcising drop issues that previously permeated games and practices.