Top Defense In The Country Belongs To No. 9 WashingtonThey've allowed just eight offensive touchdowns in nine games and have yet to allow an offensive play of longer than 36 yards.
Penalties, Missed Chances Leave Seahawks Kicking ThemselvesThe penalties were infuriating. The missed kicks caused flashbacks. The inconsistency of the quarterback was surprising, and watching the defense get beaten at the end was troubling.
Cousins Comes Through Late As Washington Stuns Seattle 17-14The comeback by Kirk Cousins topped any late rally Russell Wilson tried to engineer, and suddenly injected some hope into Washington's season that was trending toward trouble.
Pettis Sets NCAA Mark As No. 12 Washington Rolls Oregon 38-3Washington's Dante Pettis broke After five games without a spectacular moment on special teams, it was time for Dante Pettis to stand alone in the NCAA record book.the NCAA record for punt returns for touchdowns.
All New At Washington Under First-Year Coach Mike HopkinsIn the view of Mike Hopkins, his first season as the head coach at Washington will be filled basically with freshmen.
No. 12 Washington Loses TE Hunter Bryant To Leg InjuryNo. 12 Washington has lost another significant piece of its offense with freshman tight end Hunter Bryant expected to be out indefinitely after suffering a left leg injury in last weekend's victory over UCLA.
No. 12 Washington Rumbles Through UCLA In 44-23 BlowoutWith two weeks to stew about suffering an unexpected first loss of the season, No. 12 Washington released its pent up frustration by running all over UCLA.
No. 12 Washington Back In Action After LossWashington is now firmly on the fringes of the College Football Playoff conversation after losing at Arizona State two weeks ago.
Hopkins Brings New Defense, Culture To WashingtonFirst-year Washington men's basketball coach Mike Hopkins hopes to install more than the trademark zone defense he learned during his long tenure as an assistant at Syracuse.
Historically Bad Weekend for Dawgs, CougsThe time between kickoff of the Washington State/Cal game on Friday night and the conclusion of the Washington/Arizona State game on Saturday night was, without question, the worst just over a day in the combined history of the Evergreen State’s two Division One college football programs.
Sun Devils Use Strong Defense to Stun No. 5 Huskies 13-7