Spotlight: #7 Stanford Faces #10 Washington
Showdown Time Finally Arrives For #10 WashingtonThere's no getting around the enormity of the opportunity in front of the 10th-ranked Huskies when they host No. 7 Stanford.
Stanford-Washington Preview CapsuleThe most influential Pac-12 North matchup of the year may happen on the final day of September.
#9 Washington Gets First True Test At ArizonaWashington has been dominant to open the season, picking teams apart with its passing game, shutting down opposing offenses with its cache of talented defensive players.
It's Been Easy For #9 Washington Heading Into Pac-12 PlayThis much is certain about No. 9 Washington: It can beat up on lesser competition.
Pac-12 Announces Game Times and TV Schedule for 2016-17 SeasonThe Pac-12 Conference has announced game times and TV selections along with dates for league action for the 2016-17 season men’s basketball season and the Huskies will be featured on national television at least 13 times during the year. Game times for UW’s road contests in non-conference action are determined by the opponent and will be announced at a later date.
John Ross Shows Flash Of Past In Return For No. 14 HuskiesIn the midst of Washington's John Ross returning after 20 months away from football and reminding everyone just how fast he is on the field, the unthinkable happened.
No. 14 Washington uses big plays to rout Rutgers 48-13Shortly after sustaining a knee injury in the spring of 2015 that would cost him the season, Washington's John Ross placed the Rutgers logo on a calendar app on his phone, a countdown to when he'd finally get back on the field for the Huskies.
Rutgers-Washington Preview CapsuleRutgers (4-8 last season) at No. 14 Washington (7-6), 11 a.m. (Pac-12 Network)
No. 14 Washington Preps For Season Of Lofty ExpectationsFor at least this season opener, there is much less hoopla focused on Washington coach Chris Petersen.
Washington Hopes This Is The Season It Returns To ProminenceWashington goes into the 2016 season with expectations not seen on Montlake in more than a decade.
Jury Sides With Surgeon In Bone Cement TrialA jury has found in favor of a University of Washington surgeon who was sued by the daughter of a patient who died after the doctor used a non-FDA-approved bone cement during the woman's spinal surgery.