For the first time in close to a decade, Washington enters a season where an NCAA tournament trip is expected and the Huskies could become Pac-12 contenders. They have quality depth and talent, and an offense that could be difficult to stop.
There is one month left in the regular season for Washington and the importance of how they finish this season hasn’t been lost on anyone. This was supposed to be the Huskies’ breakthrough season, one in which they overcame the mediocrity of 7-6 campaigns that the program has been mired in for the last three years.
Perris Blackwell scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds in his Washington debut, and the Huskies pulled away in the second half for a 95-65 win over Division II Central Washington in an exhibition game on Wednesday night.
Washington’s second bye week of the season was a chance for Steve Sarkisian’s team to regroup after a rough October and get ready for a hectic final four games that will determine whether 2013 was a success.
For the Huskies basketball team, avoiding a third straight season without a trip the NCAAs will be the most difficult task going into the 2013-14 season
Washington wide receiver Kasen Williams will be sidelined up to four months after surgery to repair a broken bone in his lower left leg and an injury to his foot.
California head coach Sonny Dykes sees improvement from his team in short spurts but his team still isn’t playing with the consistency needed to win in the Pac-12.
Steve Sarkisian is in this place again after the Huskies were routed 53-24 at Arizona State on Saturday, a third straight loss after Washington’s promising 4-0 start.
The University of Washington will hold a public memorial service for former football coach Don James on Sunday.
It was as ugly as the 53-24 final score indicated. For the tenth consecutive season, the Washington Huskies football team has lost three consecutive games during the course of the year, thanks to its blowout […]