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Latest Huskies News
Thu, Oct 2 12:16 AM
The numbers for the Husky offense were ugly, and the quarterback has been under fire after his first loss as Washington’s starting quarterback. During some down time this week, the Huskies are rallying around Cyler Miles.The Seattle Times: Huskies
Thu, Oct 2 12:01 AM
Washington (14-0, 3-0 Pac-12) is one of just five unbeaten Division I teams in the country.The Seattle Times: Huskies
Wed, Oct 1 10:46 PM
Huskies open season Feb. 13 at Pacific in Stockton, Calif., with home opener Feb. 25 against Portland.The Seattle Times: Huskies
Wed, Oct 1 09:01 PM
Coach Chris Petersen’s Huskies have a lot of work to do on offense and the secondary might have trouble against the great passers in the Pac-12. But the Huskies are 4-1 in Petersen’s first five games. The Seattle Times: Huskies
Wed, Oct 1 03:16 PM
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Wed, Oct 1 03:01 PM
Point guards Sue Bird (USA) and Leilani Mitchell (Australia) helped their countries advance to the quarterfinals of the FIBA World Championship for Women in Turkey. Mitchell, who starred at Kennewick HS, qualified for the Opals national team because her mother is Australian.The Seattle Times: Huskies
Wed, Oct 1 02:46 PM
UW linebackers coach Bob Gregory met with the media after Wednesday's practice:The Seattle Times: Huskies
Wed, Oct 1 02:05 PM
PHOENIX (AP) -- The FBS is down to 17 unbeaten teams, a number that will be reduced by at least four this week after match-ups between undefeated teams.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
Wed, Oct 1 07:38 AM
(AP) -- - Ninth-ranked Notre Dame is about to face its stiffest challenge this season.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
Tue, Sep 30 02:17 PM
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) -- The offense has struggled enough through the first four games this season that even Stanford's stoic coach vented in public.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
Tue, Sep 30 07:35 AM
Having missed the NCAA tournament for the second straight year, lost Terrence Ross and Tony Wroten to the NBA draft and missed out on a handful of potential replacements on the recruiting trail, Lorenzo Romar entered the summer of 2013 eager to replenish his roster. To help him do it, he shook up his staff , opting not to renew the contracts of longtime assistants Jim Shaw and Paul Fortier and hiring T.J. Otzelberger and Raphael Chillious in their place. Oztelberger had established himself as a top recruiter while helping Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg revive that program. Chillious had played a key role in recruiting Isaiah Thomas to Washington before leaving for a year to join Jay Wright's staff at Villanova. The impact of that staff makeover is apparent in the loaded Class of 2015 Washington has assembled this summer. The Huskies added their fourth Rivals 150 commit on Monday night as small forward Matisse Thybulle tweeted he would be staying in-state and playing for Romar at Washington. Thybulle, a late-blooming 6-foot-6 wing rated the No. 120 prospect in Rivals.com's Class of 2015, chose Washington over Gonzaga, Oregon and Cal. He joins a class that includes 6-foot-8 Northern California product Marquese Chriss (No. 46) and Seattle natives Dejounte Murray (No. 51) and David Crisp (148). Landing a class of that caliber is critical for Romar in his quest to get his program back to contending for Pac-12 titles and quiet the growing number of Huskies fans pushing for a change in leadership. Washington won the Pac-12 title in 2012 behind Terrence Ross and Tony Wroten but missed the NCAA tournament in a historically weak year for the conference. When Ross and Wroten both left early for the NBA the following spring and Washington missed on potential top recruits Aaron Gordon, Jabari Bird and others, the program lacked sufficient talent to compete in the Pac-12 and went a combined 35-31 the past two years.  Expectations for next season again are modest despite the return of forward Jernard Jerreau from injury and the presence of a strong backcourt of Nigel Williams-Goss and Andrew Andrews. Should those three opt to stay in school one more year and play with the incoming recruits, however, the Huskies could be back to their former place in the Pac-12 pecking order.  - - - - - - - Jeff Eisenberg is the editor of The Dagger on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at daggerblog@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @JeffEisenbergYahoo Sports - NCAA Men's Hoops - Washington Huskies News
Mon, Sep 29 11:35 PM
In this week's Dash, Pat Forde ranks the remaining unbeaten teams and dives into the worst coaching hires of the 21st century.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
Mon, Sep 29 03:34 PM
SEATTLE (AP) -- Washington coach Chris Petersen came to the defense of his starting quarterback Monday, while simultaneously shouldering the blame for poor coaching decisions.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
Sat, Sep 27 04:57 PM
SEATTLE (AP) -- Kevin Hogan ran for a 5-yard touchdown with 4:29 remaining, and No. 16 Stanford took advantage of a poorly timed fake punt to hold off Washington 20-13 on Saturday.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
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