Think of Washington’s quarterback competition like a race.
SEATTLE – They have 15 practices to make a first impression.
On March 12, 2011, Isaiah Thomas made a shot that will live forever in Washington Husky lore.
Oregon, Washington and Colorado will carry the Pac-12 banner in Week Two.
It’s a new world in college football. There can no longer be any debate about that.
Twelve games are better than seven, or four.
The Washington Huskies have unfinished business. And now they have a schedule to prepare for, too.
Ohio State, Michigan, Texas A&M await as Week Two opponents
SEATTLE — Washington has promoted Bob Gregory to defensive coordinator, making this the third time in his coaching career that he will be in charge of running a defense.
Oregon, UCLA and Arizona State have the best combination of starters and backups.
In 1998, an Eastern Washington senior defensive back named Jimmy Lake was pondering what to do with his business-management degree. All he knew, Lake told the Times two decades later, was that he wanted to “manage and make money.”
The Hotline’s 14th annual ridiculously early top 25 rankings – or maybe it’s the 15th annual (I lost track long ago) – rely on more guesswork than usual because of the free year of eligibility granted by the NCAA.