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.
2017 NFL Draft Prospects: Top Running BacksThe running back class this year is deep. Here are the best of the group.
Tony McGee Still Stands With Black 14: 'It Had To Be Done'Tony McGee, former NFL player, tells his Black 14 story, as part of CBS Sports Network's documentary 'The Black 14: Wyoming Football 1969.'
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 State Gets Help at Receiver, Running BackWith star quarterback Luke Falk choosing to return for his senior season, Washington State went in search of wide receivers, a running back and offensive linemen Wednesday on national letter of intent day.
College Football National Signing Day: How To Watch, What To Watch ForHere's how to watch National Signing Day as it unfolds and what to look out for as football's next generation formally graduates to the collegiate level.
UW Football 2017 Schedule ReleasedThe Pac-12 2017 football schedule was released Wednesday morning.
As Clemson Celebrates A Title, So Does The ACCThe Atlantic Coast Conference puts a mark on college football this season.
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.
Watson And Clemson Dethrone Top-Ranked Tide, 35-31The Tigers junior quarterback threw a TD pass with :01 left to upset the Tide.
The Ultimate Sports Viewing Guide For Christmas WeekendIn case you don't feel like watching A Christmas Story all weekend, here's some sports action to get you away from the family for a little while.
Washington's Browning Becomes a Little More ConfidentThanks to Browning's evolution, Washington exceeded the preseason expectations of being a program on the rise and reached the College Football Playoff, where it will face top-ranked Alabama in the Peach Bowl on New Year's Eve.