Pac-12 Return For Matt Lubick Is Coach's 4th Job In 3 Months Matt Lubick has returned to the Pac-12 at Washington, the assistant coach's fourth job in three months after brief stops at two other Power Five conference teams since the end of last season.
Washington's Plum Moves Into 2nd Place on Career ListPlum scored 35 points to move into second place on the NCAA's career scoring list and help No. 9 Washington beat Southern California 87-74.
Browning Expected To Be Ready For Spring After Minor SurgeryWashington coach Chris Petersen said Wednesday that Browning was doing fine in his recovery from what he called a "minor procedure" and that he should be fully recovered by the time spring ball starts for the Huskies in late March.
Washington Signs Group of 18 Coming Off Pac-12 TitleComing off a Pac-12 title and appearance in the College Football Playoff, Washington signed 18 players, addressing some needs at skill positions while also landing six of the top 10 players from the Huskies' home state. The group of homegrown talent is led by running back Salvon Ahmed, tight end Hunter Bryant and offensive lineman Henry Bainivalu.
Boatwright's Return Leads USC Past Washington 82-74Playing for the first time since suffering a knee injury on Nov. 30, Boatwright came off the bench to spark USC's rally from a 10-point halftime deficit. Boatwright made 7 of 10 shots, including a pair of 3-pointers. He also had four assists and played just 21 minutes.
UW Football 2017 Schedule ReleasedThe Pac-12 2017 football schedule was released Wednesday morning.
How Will Top College Football Teams Fare In 2017?A look at the final AP Top 25 of the 2016 season, with an eye toward how the teams will stack up heading into the 2017.
Dorsey Hits 8 3s As No. 15 Oregon Routs Washington 83-61Dorsey made eight 3-pointers and finished with 28 points, and Oregon overcame foul trouble to pull away in the second half for an 83-61 win over Washington on Wednesday night.
Four Huskies Declare For 2017 NFL DraftThe University of Washington athletics announced that safety Budda Baker, cornerback Sidney Jones, defensive lineman Elijah Qualls, and wide receiver John Ross will all forgo their senior season at UW and enter the 2017 NFL Draft.
Washington WR John Ross Declares For NFL DraftWashington wide receiver John Ross will reportedly forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft.
Flynn, Hawkinson Lead Washington State Past Washington 79-74Washington State (8-5, 1-0 Pac-12) closed the game on a 12-3 run thanks to Flynn and Josh Hawkinson.
Washington's Rise Ahead Of Schedule, Raises Hopes For '17Ultimately, Washington was probably a year ahead of schedule.