Washington’s loss to Oregon crushed the Huskies’ College Football Playoff hopes. In between rehashing the defeat, UW’s players and coaches have been trying to move on and focus on Colorado.
by: Percy Allen — The Seattle Times 4h
Five Pac-12 players were selected to the preseason watch list for the Julius Erving award including Thybulle, Washington State's Robert Franks, Oregon's Louis King, Oregon State's Tres Tinkle and UCLA's Kris Wilkes.
by: Adam Jude — The Seattle Times 23h
True freshmen Sam Taimani and Tuli Letuligasenoa could make their Pac-12 debut on Saturday.
by: Lauren Kirschman — The News Tribune 24h
Washington seniors Ben Burr-Kirven and Tevis Bartlett started their careers as inside linebackers. Bartlett moved outside before the start of their first season, but now he’s back inside. To Burr-Kirven, it feels like everything has come full circle.
by: Washington Huskies October 16th, 2018 — NCAA: Washington Huskies 16 Oct
As a young football player growing up in McKinney, Texas, a city just outside Dallas, Aaron Fuller was a big fan of the University of Texas. Hardly a surprise, of course. The Longhorns cast a large shadow over the entire Lone Star State, and generations..
by: Adam Jude — The Seattle Times 16 Oct
Petersen on Colorado's star receiver: “He’s an excellent player. He’s one of the better players in this league without question."
‘I do want that called.’ UW coach Chris Petersen supports ‘painful’ targeting call against Jaylen Johnson
by: Lauren Kirschman — The News Tribune 15 Oct
Washington head coach Chris Petersen said Jaylen Johnson’s ejection for targeting was a critical moment in the Huskies’ loss to Oregon on Saturday. Still, he said he wants those penalties called in order to keep players safe.
by: @UWAthletics — NCAA: Washington Huskies 15 Oct
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by: Adam Jude — The Seattle Times 14 Oct
The good, the bad and the lingering questions from the Huskies' 30-27 overtime loss at Oregon on Saturday: THE GOOD The rivalry Saturday’s game, the first overtime affair between the two schools, was great for the Washington-Oregon rivalry and great...
by: Lauren Kirschman — The News Tribune 14 Oct
Washington dropped eight spots to No. 15 in the Associated Pres Top 25 poll released on Sunday.
by: Vince Grippi — The Seattle Times 14 Oct
Fifteen years after a Washington State flag began to appear in the picture on ESPN's College GameDay pregame show, the show itself will set up shop in Pullman next weekend for WSU's game against Oregon.