It’s a new era at Washington. And that doesn’t apply solely to the coach, offensive coordinator or starting quarterback.
SEATTLE – Entering the 2019 season, Washington had three established tailbacks: Salvon Ahmed, Sean McGrew and Kamari Pleasant.
You don’t need to know the rules to spot the wreckage.
On Aug. 31, 2019, a redshirt freshman running back named Richard Newton roared through the gate. After sitting out the entire 2018 season because of shoulder surgery, he made his first career appearance against the Eastern Washington Eagles.
Terrell Bynum can do so much more than catch. Take it from Jason Negro. Or the Mater Dei Monarchs.
SEATTLE – Earlier this month, Washington coach Jimmy Lake was asked about the prospect of getting into the College Football Playoff. Wisely, he refused the bait.
SEATTLE – The Bronsons always win.
The Pac-12 has established cancellation and tiebreaker policies for its virus-truncated football season.
Let’s call it the Edefuan Ulofoshio Effect.
In assessing the qualities he’s seeking in the next Washington quarterback — a four-man battle that will obviously play a huge role in determining the Huskies’ success in 2020 — new offensive coordinator John Donovan kept coming back to one factor.
There’s more happening on Montlake than a quarterback competition.
The return of football isn’t likely to make a dramatic dent in the losses athletic departments across the Pac-12 will ultimately incur because of the coronavirus pandemic.