1. 2010 NCAA Tournament: Washington Huskies Right Where They Expected to Be

    The 2009-2010 season was supposed to be a breakthrough year for the Washington Huskies. Lorenzo Romar’s program won the Pac-10 title outright for the first time in 50 years last year and was a heavy favorite to repeat the performance...

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  2. March Madness 2010: The Pac-10 Shows Why They Deserved Their Two Bids

    So much for the idea that the PAC-10 didn’t deserve the two bids they received this year. One round in, and both California and Washington are still standing...

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  3. 2010 March Madness Round Two Preview: No. 11 Washington-No. 3 New Mexico

    The Washington Huskies sure didn’t act like a team that was just happy to make the NCAA tournament, coming back from a 15-point deficit to pull off a last second victory over Marquette...

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  4. Seattle Seahawks Land Charlie Whitehurst: Can He be Matt Hasselbeck Part Two?

    Seattle has made their decision at quarterback. It is still going to be Hasselbeck under center to start 2010, but if they played their cards right, it will be Hasselbeck version II in Charlie Whitehurst for the future...

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  5. Washington Huskies 2011 Recruiting, Part Two: WRs and TEs

    In the last edition we looked at the quarterbacks and running backs Sarkisian and his staff has offers extended to. This edition looks at the pass catchers, the wide receivers and tight ends...

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  6. 2010 March Madness: No. 11 Washington-No. 6 Marquette Round One Preview

    Starting the season, the University of Washington basketball program looked destined to take part in March Madness 2010. Just before Christmas the team pulled off a win over Texas A&M, and it looked like things might go as planned...

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  7. Washington Huskies 2011 Recruiting Part One: QBs and RBs

    Successful coaches know the key to maintaining a top program is through recruiting. Coach Sarkisian learned this lesson well watching his mentor Pete Carroll awaken the echoes of a powerhouse in Los Angeles...

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  8. Northwest Border War: 2000s Oregon Vs. 1990s Washington

    It has been said that the West Coast lacks the passion for football the southern states have. Our rivalries lack the intensity, and our fanbases lack passion...

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  9. Seattle Seahawks' Quarterback Controversy

    Pete Carroll begun his tenure in Seattle speaking highly of incumbent quarterback Matt Hasselbeck. While his tone hasn't changed, the actions by the organization seem to indicate that the future plans may not include Hasselbeck...

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  10. Washington Huskies: DE Pulu Finds Trouble;RB Shaw Seeks More Room To Run-UPDATED

    Attrition hits every football program during the off-season. Transfers are to be expected, and sadly suspensions are too now days. For the Washington Huskies the last week has produced one of each case...

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  11. 2010 NFL Draft: Would Pete Carroll and Seattle Risk Drafting Tim Tebow?

    We are still over a week away from Tim Tebow officially unveiling his new mechanics at Florida’s Pro Day on March 17. Tebow is coming into the 2010 NFL Draft as easily the most difficult to place prospect...

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  12. Boise State's Plot to Ruin Our Vision Spreads Through Northwest (Satire)

    Love it or hate it- you have an opinion on Boise State's Blue "Smurf" Turf. The novelty factor when BSU first went to division one was neat...

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  13. Washington Basketball: Seattle Teams Perfecting The Art Of Losing On The Road

    The University of Washington’s (UW) Men’s Basketball program entered the 2009 season as the defending Pac-10 Champions, full of expectations and ranked in the pre-season top 10 by Sports Illustrated ...

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  14. NFL Combine 2010 Results: LB Donald Butler of Washington Huskies Out-lifts Most

    For a school that used to produce NFL talent with regularity, the last Husky to be drafted was in 2007. This year the Huskies feature two eligible seniors who took part in the NFL Combine...

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  15. Come Fly Away: Why a Trip to Hawaii Earns College Football Teams an Extra Game

    As college football fans, we want as many games as possible during the regular season, but why is it that when a team travels to Hawaii it is allowed to have an additional game? As Hawaii is ...

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  16. NFL Draft 2010: Tim Tebow's Draft Stock On The Rise?

    After four years of almost nothing but praise in Gainesville, Tim Tebow’s playing style has been brought into question more and more when discussing the 2010 draft in terms of his game translating into the NFL...

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  17. Ranking the Washington Huskies' Five Toughest Games of 2010

    Year one of the Steve Sarkisian era took Husky fans through a gauntlet of emotions. From the upset of then number three USC, to a six straight loss to the rival Ducks...

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  18. Ranking the Pac-10 Mascots

    National signing day is over, and now we set in for the long haul awaiting the next College Football Season. So what do we do to occupy our time as Football fans? Other than the old standby of ...

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  19. Jake Locker Invited to NYC in 2010?

    Since his commitment to the University of Washington the idea of Jake Locker attending the Heisman Trophy presentation has been on the minds of Husky Fans...

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  20. Lane Kiffin vs. Steve Sarkisian: Who Will Run the Pac-10?

    It was only one year ago that two of Pete Carroll’s offensive coordinators had taken over programs of their own. The USC coaching tree was reaching out across the college world...

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  21. Super Bowl XLIV Preview: New Orleans As a Super Bowl Champ?

    Super Bowl XLIV may be held in South Florida, but there is a distinctive New Orleans feel to this year's championship contest...

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  22. National Signing Day 2010: Washington Huskies Commits

    There is only one way to compete in College Football: recruit! Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian first season showed promise, but he knew that the 2010 recruiting class was the key to his future...

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  23. Would Pete Carroll Be Jim Mora Part Two for the Seattle Seahawks?

    One full season as head coach was all the Seattle Seahawks needed to see from Jim L. Mora. While pretty much the entire town had criticism for the man’s coaching decisions and public handling ...

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  24. RB Deontae Cooper Is Enrolled for Winter Quarter at Washington

    Running back Deontae Cooper , who had already verbally committed to play for the University of Washington , is now enrolled in the winter quarter. This will make him available for spring practice...

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  25. Recruit Nick Montana Looking to Enroll Early at University of Washington

    Just a couple weeks after quarterback Jake Locker decided to return for his senior season, the University of Washington received what could turn out to be more good news...

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