For at least an afternoon, that troubling six-week stretch where the Huskies tumbled to near the bottom of the Pac-12 standings was forgotten
Washington played without injured starters Nigel Williams-Goss and Shawn Kemp Jr. Williams-Goss
Washington tried to get back into the game with a rash of 3-pointers in the second half. The Huskies made 10, with Andrews hitting three, but they never got within single digits.
Andrew Andrews capped a career-high, 35-point game by draining a game-winning 3-point basket with 2.7 seconds left in Washington’s 87-84 victory over Washington State.
Andrew Andrews finished a memorable performance in memorable fashion Sunday night at Beasley Coliseum.
While a passel of elite draft prospects have been a long time coming for Washington, there is potential to see it become a trend rather than a one-year blip on the radar screen.
SEATTLE (AP) — Slowed by foul trouble most of the first half, the last thing Arizona State’s Gerry Blakes needed was to pick up a silly, pointless technical foul — his third foul of the […]
(1090 The Fan) — University of Washington football head coach Chris Petersen talked with Steve, Bill and Jason of The Steve Sandmeyer Show on 1090 The Fan Thursday. Petersen spoke about the recruiting process (you can see […]
Gary Payton II threw down an emphatic dunk in the second half to highlight Oregon State’s win over Washington. His slam came as the Beavers overwhelmed the Huskies with a 43-point second half performance en route to a 64-50 win on Sunday.
The Capital One Academic All-America recognizes exceptional student athletes
Photos from the Huskies’ loss at Arizona Stadium
Photos from Husky Stadium
Photos from the action at Husky Stadium
Photos from Washington’s 45-20 loss at Oregon
Photos from the Huskies’ 31-7 victory
Scenes from the Huskies game on Saturday, September 27.
Scenes from the Huskies-Fighting Illini game at Husky Stadium.