Whatever goals head coach Chris Petersen has for his second year at the helm of the Washington program, job one is finding a competent quarterback.
Instead, Chris Petersen’s Huskies were dominated in an ugly first half which saw Washington out-gained 293 to 113 in total yards and 15 to 5 in first downs.
In closing the regular season the way it has, Washington showed its fans progress is being made. And while the Huskies are set to lose a ton of talent off their stellar defense, the coaching staff seems to have gotten a feel for their personnel and key reserves have been understudies from the best.
Washington (6-5, 2-5) hosts Oregon State (5-5, 2-5) in a battle of Pac-12 North division forgottens, hoping to build on its best offensive performance of the season, showed in the disappointing loss to Arizona last Saturday.
The 2014 Washington Husky football season has not gone the way many had envisioned, especially upperclassmen who have been so instrumental in restoring respectability to the program. Saturday night the Dawgs host Oregon State in […]
Despite out-gaining Arizona 504 to 375 in total offense, Washington (6-5, 2-5) lost on a game-winning field goal by Casey Skowron as time expired. The loss was the Huskies third straight and moved the team to 0-5 against ranked opponents in 2014.
Washington (3-0) welcomes in Georgia State (1-2) from the Sun Belt Conference Saturday looking to fine tune its game one week prior to the opening of Pac-12 Conference play.
After nearly nine months since accepting the head coaching job at the University of Washington, Chris Petersen will make his debut coaching a team other than Boise State for the first time in 13 years. Despite it all, Petersen looks at it like he does any other season opener.
The Huskies held their first full squad practice of camp at Husky Stadium. The team practiced in helmets and shoulder pads for two hours and 20 minutes.
The Huskies conducted their second practice of summer camp on the field of Husky Stadium in helmets and shorts for two hours Tuesday.