Asked if moving around to different drills was his nature, Huskies head coach Chris Petersen joked that usually he’s up in a tower, “eating snacks.”
With that said, the Mercer Island High School alum, looked comfortable with the offense, his surroundings and the pressure of being under added scrutiny as just one of two quarterbacks currently fighting for the starting quarterback job.
Both Lindquist and Williams will take repetitions with the “No. 1 offense,” which is really in name only as coach Petersen added that he is working with a clean slate as far as the depth chart is concerned.
With spring ball weeks away, Huskies coach Chris Petersen is eager to see who will exceed his staff’s expectations.
Steve & Bill talk with UW’s head football coach Chris Petersen, USA Today sports reporter Bob Nightengale, columnist for Collegebasketballnews.com Chris Monter, CBS Sports columnist and TV analyst Jamey Eisenberg, and Oakland A’s radio play by play announcer Glen Kuiper
Rather than throwing together a bunch of unknown faces in a new setting, Washington coach Chris Petersen decided continuity and familiarity were what he wanted with his first coaching staff in Seattle.
With senior quarterback Keith Price graduating after the bowl game, new head coach Chris Petersen inherits Miles, Jeff Lindquist and true freshman Troy Williams as his quarterbacks. Only Miles has started a game in the NCAA, a 69-27 win over Oregon State.
Chris Petersen inherits a young team that graduates 14 seniors, including just eight who were on the two-deep depth chart.
Chris Petersen has agreed to leave Boise State and become the football coach at Washington, a person with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Friday morning. The person told spoke on the condition of anonymity because the hiring had not been announced by Washington.
The Washington Huskies have a tough task in replacing Steve Sarkisian on a time budget.