1. Seattle Seahawks: Why We Don't Have a Quarterback Controversy

    Preseason games usually have little meaning to anyone outside of players fighting for a roster spot. They are not the most effective way to judge who should be the starter for a particular position...

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  2. Pete Carroll's Plan for Seattle Seahawks Becoming More Clear

    Year 1 of the Pete Carroll era brought a whole lot of roster moves, a surprising playoff appearance and a new attitude to Seattle...

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  3. 5 Reasons Why the Washington Huskies Will Not Fall into the Pac-12 Abyss

    The loss of a four-year starter at quarterback would be a set back for any program, especially if he were one talented enough to be drafted in the top 10 of the NFL draft...

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  4. Washington Huskies 2011: QB Battle After Spring Game

    Going into the spring game this season, it looked like Keith Price had the upper hand in the quarterback battle due to his in-game experience and extra year in the system...

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  5. Washington Huskies College Football 2010: UW at California Preview

    The saga that has been Jake Locker’s career at the University of Washington is nearing its end, with Locker taking his final snap in Husky stadium in an ugly win versus UCLA...

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  6. Washington Huskies Football: A Preview of the Post Locker Era vs. Oregon

    When Jake Locker went down during the 2008 season the Huskies were unable to rally at all, and ended the season winless. The winless season determined the fate of Coach Willingham, and brought us to the Steve Sarkisian era...

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  7. Washington Football 2010: Huskers Humble The Huskies in Their Own House

    Saturday was a big test for the Huskies program. There was a lot of hope among the Husky fan base that this is the year UW could break out of that losing funk, and take on a big challenge...

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  8. Washington Huskies 2010: Huskies Welcome Nebraska To Husky Stadium

    Outside a handful of years, a game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers has always been a big deal. The Washington Huskies are no strangers to tough OOC games, but recently those games have only been of any importance to the fans of Washington...

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  9. Washington Huskies 2010: Washington @ BYU Preview

    Saturday will be the kickoff for Steve Sarkisian’s second season at Washington. Expectations are as high as they have been in many years. The Huskies open the year with a re-match of the controversial 2008 game at Husky Stadium...

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  10. Washington Huskies 2011 Recruiting: Early Verbal Commits, Part 5

    Last time we looked at two local recruits, and one from California. This time we are only covering two, but they happen to be the biggest recruits in the state of Washington! With ...

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  11. Seattle Seahawks: Leon Washington Provides Big-Play Ability for Seattle

    Pete Carroll has made an instant impact on the Seahawks this summer. The players are taking to his positive attitude and always compete philosophy...

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  12. College Football AP Preseason Poll: Washington Huskies Weigh In At 39th

    It is hard to believe that the last time the Huskies were included in the ‘others receiving votes’ category was the dreadful 2008 season. The team returns to the AP top 50 this pre-season at 39th...

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  13. Washington Huskies 2010: Coach Sarkisian Comments on Open Practices

    The Tyrone Willingham error, I mean era, brought the Washington program to all-time lows. Former athletes were prohibited from using the facilities, and the policy for practices was reminiscent to the Iron Curtain...

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  14. Washington Football 2010: Jake Locker to Lead Huskies Into Spotlight

    Ever since he signed his letter of intent to play at the University of Washington, the words Jake Locker and Heisman candidate have been tied together here in the Seattle area...

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  15. Washington Huskies 2011 Recruiting: Early Verbal Commits, Part 4

    Since the third edition of our quick look at the verbal commits for the 2011 class, the Huskies have added four more names to the list. Matthew Lyons — 6’2”, 185lbs...

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  16. 2011 Pac-12 Championship Game: California Vs. Utah

    With the addition of Utah the next questions for Pac-10 fans are: what are the divisions going to be, and when are those two teams going to actually start competition? There seems ...

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  17. Washington Huskies, 2010 Pac-10 Champs: Five Reasons Why it Will Happen

    The 2000s have not been kind to the Huskies. 2000 started out well with Washington capturing its seventh Rose Bowl trophy. What followed sent a massive fan base into hiding, and a program suffered their first winless season...

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  18. Washington Huskies See Rise in 2010 Spring Game Attendance

    After the darkest year in Washington’s history in 2008, Steve Sarkisian was brought in to reinvigorate the proud Husky Football program. The tangible result from 2008 to 2009 was the improvement from zero to five wins...

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  19. Pete Carroll Brings Real Change to the Seattle Seahawks

    There is always going to be a transition period when changing coaching regimes. The past two seasons Seattle has undergone this change twice. The approach is drastically different...

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  20. Washington Huskies 2011 Recruiting: Early Verbal Commits, Part Three

    In the last edition we took a look at the recruits Sarkisian has gotten to verbally commit from the state of California. This time we will look at the in-state recruits...

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  21. Draft Picks 2010: Seattle Seahawks Select Wisely in Round One

    All it took was listening to one interview from Pete Carroll to know that his approach to the game differed from former coach Jim L. Mora...

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  22. Washington Huskies 2011 Recruiting: Early Verbal Commits, Part Two

    In the first edition we looked at two commits from California. This time we will take a look at the other three California High School Football players that have verbally committed to play for Steve Sarkisian and his Washington Huskies...

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  23. Washington Huskies 2011 Recruiting: Early Verbal Commits, Part One

    Coach Steve Sarkisian is building quite a buzz around his program at the University of Washington. Sarkisian brought in a large class of 31 recruits for 2010 to address depth and add more potential playmakers...

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  24. Washington Huskies 2011 Recruiting, Part Four: Defensive Lineman

    In this fourth edition of our early look at the 2011 recruiting class, we will take a look at five of the defensive end’s Washington has offered thus far...

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  25. Washington Huskies 2011 Recruiting, Part Three: Offensive Lineman

    In the third edition of our 2011 early recruiting efforts, we will focus on the offensive linemen that Washington has offered. Dexter Charles Charles is a 6'5", 290 pound offensive lineman from Stanwood, Washington...

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