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Latest Huskies News
Sat, Jul 26 08:46 PM
Storm coach Brian Agler, who's also the team's general manager, said he intends to sign rookie C Waltiea Rolle to a second seven-day contract. Rolle signed her first deal with the Storm on July 21. Under the new collective-bargaining agreement, three is the limit for seven-day contracts per player, The Seattle Times: Huskies
Fri, Jul 25 10:45 PM
A few of us were already seated at the round glass table, munching on paninis and Caesar salads, the legs of our steel chairs sticking annoyingly into the grass in one corner of the Paramount Studios lot, when Chris Petersen sat down with us for a 35-minute roundtable discussion Thursday afternoon. The Seattle Times: Huskies
Fri, Jul 25 09:59 PM
Coach Chris Petersen tacks on one-game suspension for quarterback’s involvement in post-Super Bowl incidents. The Seattle Times: Huskies
Fri, Jul 25 11:01 AM
Former Lincoln High star Alex Montgomery returned to her native area as a starter for New York against Seattle on Thursday at KeyArena.The Seattle Times: Huskies
Fri, Jul 25 08:46 AM
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Fri, Jul 25 08:12 AM
The college football offseason is long and arduous, but its end is almost in sight. We’re going to take a look at five games you have to look forward to for every weekend of the season. (This is also a handy guide to decide how to RSVP for any autumn weddings.) All times are Eastern and all games are played on Saturday unless otherwise noted. These games take place the weekend of September 27. Previously: Week One (August 30) ~ Week Two (September 6) ~ Week Three (September 13) ~ Week Four (September 20) UCLA at Arizona State (10:00 p.m., Thursday) The PAC-12 South is one of the toughest divisions to predict in 2014, and this game matches up the champs from the last two years. Arizona State took it last season, holding on to defeat the Bruins 38-33 in Pasadena. In 2012 it was UCLA who won both the game (45-43 in Tempe on a field goal as time experied) and the division. The Sun Devils have some issues, as they return only two starters from a defense that was starting to fall apart at the end of last year (75 points allowed in the final two games). UCLA will need to find some playmakers to exploit those weaknesses, as quarterback Brett Hundley (a trendy Heisman pick) looks for a receiver to step into the void left by Shaq Evans’ departure. Juniors Jordan Payton and Devin Fuller both topped 400 yards last year and will have first crack at the starting roles. Arizona State does return the combo of quarterback Taylor Kelly, wideout Jaelen Strong and pass-catching tailback DJ Foster. This game usually yields some point, and there’s no reason to think this year’s will be an exception. North Carolina at Clemson (TBD) A refrain that will be repeated often over the course of this preview series is that the ACC Coastal Division is absolutely wide open. The Tar Heels are a favorite in some quarters and for good reason: They return 15 starters from a team that finished last year winning six of seven, the sole loss coming by two to Duke in the regular season finale. Their backfield is dangerous, with five-star frosh tailback Elijah Hood joining dual-threat quarterback Marquise Williams (the team’s leading rusher last year) and sophomore T.J Logan (who finished with a nice little 5.7 yards-per-carry average). Clemson’s been one of the top teams in the league for a long while and it would be a statement game for UNC as they embark on a pretty brutal little four-game stretch (at Clemson, Virginia Tech, at Notre Dame, Georgia Tech). Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
Thu, Jul 24 08:16 PM
Chris Petersen, in his first Pac-12 media days, spoke for 40 minutes on the main stage Thursday. The full transcript of that is below, courtsey of the Pac-12 and ASAP sports.The Seattle Times: Huskies
Thu, Jul 24 07:01 PM
UW freshman defensive tackle Jaimie Bryant has taken a medical retirement from football, coach Chris Petersen said Thursday.The Seattle Times: Huskies
Thu, Jul 24 04:02 PM
Stanford has played in four straight major bowl games and the past two Rose Bowls, building a resilient football power at an improbable place. They were picked to finish second behind Oregon in the Pac-12 North Division yet again. Yet Stanford coach David Shaw doesn't perceive any slight in the preseason conference media poll. I might pick Oregon, too.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
Thu, Jul 24 02:29 PM
Washington quarterback Cyler Miles was suspended for the Huskies' season opener against Hawaii for his role in two on-campus assaults following the Seattle Seahawks' win over the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl. Coach Chris Petersen said at Pac-12 media days Thursday that Miles will miss the Aug. 30 game. Wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow, who has since left the team, pleaded guilty to two counts of assault and one count of mischief. Miles, a sophomore, will be one of three quarterbacks competing to replace Keith Price.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
Thu, Jul 24 12:40 PM
Washington quarterback Cyler Miles has been suspended for the team's season opener against Hawaii, the school announced Thursday. Miles' suspension stems from his role in a fight after the Super Bowl that also led to a suspension that kept him out for all of spring practice. Former Washington receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow was charged with two counts of fourth-degree assault and one count of malicious mischief as a result of the incident. Miles is expected to replace Keith Price as the Huskies' starting quarterback, but coach Chris Petersen has not officially named a starter.Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
Thu, Jul 24 10:37 AM
Washington coach Chris Petersen has added to the punishment for quarterback Cyler Miles — a one-game suspension. Miles will miss the season opener against Hawaii, according to the Seattle Times . Miles missed spring practice after being linked to two post-Super Bowl assaults on the Washington campus on Feb. 2. Although Miles wasn’t charged in either incident, he did serve a three-month suspension for the Huskies. One of the incidents involved former Washington receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow, who said he was “backing up his quarterback” when he knocked down a woman during a post-Super Bowl bonfire. The woman briefly lost consciousness. After the bonfire, Stringfellow and Miles, according to court documents, got out of a car and chased and assaulted a Seahawks fan. Miles was wearing Denver Broncos attire. According to the Seattle Times , prosecutors did not pursue the case because of insufficient evidence. Stringfellow transferred. Miles started one game during his career and led the Huskies to a 69-27 win against Oregon State. He’s appeared in eight games and completed 37 of 61 passes for 418 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions. Petersen will choose between sophomore Jeff Lindquist and redshirt freshman Troy Williams for the starting role on Aug. 30. - - - - - - - Graham Watson is the editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email her at dr.saturday@ymail.com or follow her on Twitter! Follow @YahooDrSaturdayYahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
Tue, Jul 22 08:57 AM
The college football offseason is long and arduous, but its end is almost in sight. We’re going to take a look at five games you have to look forward to for every weekend of the season. (This is also a handy guide to decide how to RSVP for any autumn weddings.) All times are Eastern and all games are played on Saturday unless otherwise noted. These games take place the weekend of September 6. Previously: Week One (August 30) Michigan at Notre Dame (7:30 p.m.) The last game in the current series (the Wolverines and Irish have been on-again, off-again for a century, despite what Mark May and Skip Bayless might tell you ), there are plenty of bragging rights at stake in this Midwestern hatefest. The Wolverines have taken four of the last five, but all five contests were one-score games in the fourth quarter and featured some level of dramatics, with Notre Dame’s sole win coming at home in 2012. Everett Golson - back from an academic suspension – started that game but didn’t finish it after an ugly first half. He now has more experience and a myriad of weapons to leverage in Brian Kelly’s spread attack, including a pair of talented sophomore backs in Tarean Folston and Greg Bryant. Michigan’s defense should be stout with eight returning starters in addition to five-star freshman defensive back Jabrill Peppers and a full season from star linebacker Jake Ryan, but questions abound regarding their offense, specifically the line that slowly dissolved as 2013 wore on. If Devin Gardner plays like he did last year against the Irish, Brady Hoke’s squad should be in good shape, but attempting to predict anything in this series is a fool’s errand. Michigan State at Oregon (6:30 p.m.) After two seasons of cupcake non-conference games*, Oregon gets a considerably tougher challenge in the reigning Big Ten and Rose Bowl champs. Michigan State’s 2013 was one of their finest seasons in the last half-century, and while they return enough to make things interesting in Eugene, there are some big losses. Gone are Max Bullough, Denicos Allen and Darqueze Dennard, but Mark Dantonio’s squad is essentially the Big Ten version of Stanford, a team that has suffocated the Ducks in consecutive years. Oregon, meanwhile, pretty much returns their entire offense save for top receiver Josh Huff, including a combined 2400+ rushing yards from Marcus Mariota, Byron Marshall and Thomas Tyner. Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook was much improved down the stretch last year, but he’s going to have to be great for Sparty to pull the upset. * In their defense, Oregon didn’t know Virginia and Tennessee were going to be that bad in 2013 when they scheduled them, but they very much were. Yahoo Sports - NCAA Football - Washington Huskies News
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