1. Husky Trails: An End To the Pac-10's Round Robin?

    An informal poll of the Pac-10 coaches done by Ted Miller of ESPN has them voting six to four in favor of ending the current round robin scheduling in the Pac-10...

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  2. Husky Trails | Will the Washington Huskies Ever Get Back to What They Were?

    Nick Daschel at Buster Sports recently posted this interview with ESPN radio personality Colin Cowherd. Now, I didn't realize Cowherd grew up a Huskies fan, but I swear, everything I hear out of his mouth about the Huskies makes my blood boil...

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  3. Husky Trails | Washington AD Pushes For Pac-10 Revenue Sharing

    Scott Woodward, the outspoken current athletic director for the Washington Huskies, came out this weekend in support of revenue sharing within the Pac-10. Outgoing Pac-10 commissioner Tom Hansen has called the subject "prickly" to say the least...

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  4. Husky Trails | Why The Huskies Offensive Line Will Be Better This Year

    A bold statement for a team that is losing three starters in a unit that was terrible in 2008. The offensive line was big but it was slow, and got overwhelmed by quick defensive linemen...

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  5. Husky Trails | A Bailout for Husky Fans

    It seems that these days, bailouts of all kinds are in vogue. The economy is in the slump, no doubt, and people are struggling to make ends meet day to day...

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  6. Husky Trails | Husky Legends: Mario Bailey

    The 1991 National Championship that the Huskies won was highlighted by their excellent defensive play. Don James' strategy was always defense first, special teams second, and offense third...

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  7. Husky Trails | Tyrone Willingham Has a Job, and Promptly Loses It

    The previous four years under Tyrone Willingham are a black mark for any Washington Husky football fan. The stoically dour Willingham did not endear himself to many on his way out of Montlake...

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  8. Husky Trails | Looking at the Sarkisian Recruiting Bump

    With spring over for teams across the country, and a long stretch to fall ahead of us, about our only link to football will be recruiting gossip. The good news for Washington fans, however? Steve Sarkisian has started to get it done up in Seattle...

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  9. Husky Trails | Washington Husky Legends: Warren Moon

    With a barren stretch here to go heading into the 2009 season, I feel it's a good time to look at some of the Husky greats past and present. My first choice for a Husky legends piece was obvious to me: Former quarterback Warren Moon...

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  10. Husky Trails | Barbara Hedges a Hall of Famer?

    Today, former assistant athletic director at USC and full athletic director at Washington is being inducted into the National Association of Collegiate Athletic Directors' Hall of Fame...

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  11. Husky Trails | Chip Kelly Wastes No Time Spicing Up the UW-UO Rivalry

    In the wake of Oregon's spring game this year, new head coach Chip Kelly wasted no time in letting the Huskies know how he felt about their spring game...

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  12. Husky Trails | What About the Little Sports?

    In the wake of huge budget shortfalls in the state of Washington, the University of Washington has had to cut it's swimming program in an overall cutback of $2.8 million in the next year...

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  13. Husky Trails: My Dirty Little Secret About Washington Husky Football

    For those of you hoping for some juicy Washington Huskies gossip, I'm gonna say sorry right off the bat, this isn't anything like that. No, the secret I have to share is, that I've only been a Husky fan for four years, I'm not a lifer so to speak...

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  14. Husky Trails | Bad Blood Brews Over the Husky Stadium Renovation

    The failure of the Washington Huskies to secure the $150 million half of a proposed renovation to Husky Stadium from the state has ended in some interesting squabbles within the state...

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  15. Husky Trails | Jake Locker Highlights the Washington Huskies Spring Game

    10,000 fans turned out today for the spring game for the Washington Huskies on a day of broken clouds and cooler temperatures. It was great to see the enthusiasm with which the new-look Huskies are being embraced...

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  16. Husky Trails | Is Jake Locker Destined To Be an NFL Quarterback?

    If you have followed Washington Husky football this spring, especially some of the articles coming out of the Seattle Times, you will have noticed that quarterback Jake Locker has greatly improved his accuracy...

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  17. Husky Trails | A Year of Maturation Bodes Well for Husky Receivers

    With spring practice nearing its finale on April 25, the Washington Huskies are starting to look more secure in new head coach Steve Sarkisian's scheme. One of the most notable improvements is that of the Husky receiving corps...

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  18. Husky Trails | A Change of Venue for the Apple Cup?

    Well, I'm back from Central Washington University after a fun couple days at a conference of history majors and I'm greeted with news that the Apple Cup could be moving...

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  19. Husky Trails | A Quick Remodel Helps to Educate New Washington Huskies

    I have to admit that the head shot of new Washington linebackers coach Mike Cox is not at all flattering. He looks bored and it is completely at odds with what some of the Husky linebackers have said about his personality...

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  20. Husky Trails | A First Taste of Sarkisian Football

    Saturday, first scrimmage practice for the Washington Huskies provided a glimpse at some of the gametime atmosphere in Husky Stadium...

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  21. Husky Trails | Steve Sarkisian Shows His Leadership Chops

    Steve Sarkisian is bringing an interesting approach to Husky football with him to the Washington Huskies. Each practice is a named day, with a different theme to it...

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  22. Husky Trails | A Change In Attitude Brings Recruits

    Well, it's been a couple spring practices since I lasted posted something up, but so goes life when you are searching for a job in this economy...

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  23. Confessions Of a Washington Huskies Spring Practice Virgin

    It was 45 degrees and cloudy, but I still thought it would be fun to go check out the first open spring practice for the University of Washington Huskies. Now let me be frank in saying I grew up playing soccer and being in marching band...

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  24. Who Needs to Step up for the Washington Huskies Offense

    Spring football is fast approaching for the Washington Huskies. Practices start on March 31 and the spring game is scheduled for April 25...

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  25. A Look at the 2009 Pac-10 Running Backs

    My slideshow on the 2009 Pac-10 Quarterbacks was fairly well received so I'd like to make a series out of the Pac-10 skill positions during spring practices this year...

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