Hopkins Brings New Defense, Culture To WashingtonFirst-year Washington men's basketball coach Mike Hopkins hopes to install more than the trademark zone defense he learned during his long tenure as an assistant at Syracuse.
No. 12 Huskies Head Into Off Week With Sudden ConcernsWashington lost left tackle Trey Adams and cornerback Jordan Miller to season-ending injuries during Saturday's 13-7 upset loss to the Sun Devils, which dropped the Huskies from No. 5 to No. 12 in The Associated Press rankings.
Historically Bad Weekend for Dawgs, CougsThe time between kickoff of the Washington State/Cal game on Friday night and the conclusion of the Washington/Arizona State game on Saturday night was, without question, the worst just over a day in the combined history of the Evergreen State’s two Division One college football programs.
Sun Devils Use Strong Defense to Stun No. 5 Huskies 13-7
College Football Picks: With No Marquee Games, Upset AlertsTwenty-two teams in the Top 25 will play this weekend and no one game features two of them.
Debate Continues Over Pro And Cons Of Late Pac-12 Kickoffs"It hurts us tremendously in terms of national exposure. No one wants to watch our game on the East Coast that late, and we all know it."
No. 5 Washington's Defense Living Up To Its Billing So FarThe Huskies have allowed just two offensive touchdowns in 12 quarters of conference play.
No. 6 Washington Continues Dominance, Routs California 38-7The potential of the Huskies newest offensive weapon finally flashed on Saturday night.
Deep Coaching Ties Between No. 6 Washington, CaliforniaCal head coach Justin Wilcox served both under Chris Petersen at Boise State and as the defensive coordinator at Washington for two years with Steve Sarkisian.
Petersen Tired Of These Late Kickoffs For No. 6 WashingtonThe Washington coach is tired of seeing the sixth-ranked Huskies stuck with less than optimal kickoff times — both because it affects fans and reduces exposure for the program.
UW Overcomes Slow Start In 42-7 Win Over BeavsThe Huskies nearly had their first shutout against a Pac-12 opponent in eight years!
No. 7 Washington Overcomes Slow Start To Beat Colorado 37-10The Huskies collected a trio of interceptions, a blocked punt that led to a touchdown, a pick-6, five sacks, seven tackles for loss and a 202-yard, two-touchdown performance by running back Myles Gaskin.