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.
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."
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.
Cupcakes Aside, Now It Gets Tougher For No. 7 WashingtonAfter gorging on weak opponents for three weeks, No. 7 Washington gets its first real test when it travels to Colorado for Saturday's rematch of the Pac-12 title game from last season.
Old Friends Clash As No. 6 Washington Host Fresno StateWhen Jeff Tedford told Chris Petersen he was leaving his role as an offensive consultant with Washington to take the head coaching job at Fresno State, Petersen was all for it.
Washington's Pettis on Verge of NCAA Punt Return RecordPettis' 67-yard punt return touchdown in Saturday's 63-7 rout of Montana was the seventh of his career, giving him the Pac-12 career record by himself and only one shy of the all-time NCAA mark.
No. 8 Washington Without LB Azeem Victor vs. RutgersVictor was suspended one game for a violation of team rules, Washington coach Chris Petersen announced Monday. He will be at home in Seattle when the No. 8 Huskies open the season on Friday at Rutgers.
Chris Petersen Signs Extension Through 2023Washington announced Petersen's extension Tuesday, although the deal was signed late last month. Petersen's deal will pay him $4.125 million in total compensation for the upcoming season and caps out at $5.625 million in the final year. The deal averages out to $4.875 million in total compensation over the next seven years of the contract.
Washington Hires Scott Huff as New Offensive Line CoachHuff spent last season as the offensive line coach and co-offensive coordinator for Boise State. He also played 40 games as a center for Boise State from 1999-2002.
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.