1. How Technology Is Bringing Us Closer To The Teams We Love

    Now, I need to start with a caveat. I'm coming off of four years of basically being shunned away from Washington football by Tyrone Willingham, so for me this is a big deal...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about almost 6 years ago 419 reads 10 comments

  2. A Look at the 2009 Pac-10 Quarterbacks

    The Pac-10 has always prided itself on their ability to groom excellent quarterbacks. They have always been a very pass happy league and thus earned their reputation that way...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about almost 6 years ago 961 reads 6 comments

  3. Spring Focus 2009: Washington Husky Football

    Alright Husky fans, let's breath deep, we can relax for now. 2008 is over, and it's going to stay over. Tyrone Willingham is gone and Steve Sarkisian is in...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about almost 6 years ago 535 reads 10 comments

  4. Even in College Football, History Tells Us There Is Nothing New Under the Sun

    As you can read on my bio here on Bleacher Report, I'm currently a History major here at the University of Washington...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about 6 years ago 225 reads 5 comments

  5. 2009 Washington Recruiting Analysis: Steve Sarkisian's First Class

    Feb. 4, 2009 marks the first class put together specifically by new head coach Steve Sarkisian at Washington. It's key to note that this is also the first recruiting class for him as a head coach, and for a team that was 0-12 for the 2008 season...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about 6 years ago 1,017 reads 4 comments

  6. Washington: What Is It With The Coaches From Idaho?

    For those of you who have been following the assistant coaching hires at the University of Washington, there is a certain trend that seems to be linking all these coaches together, and that is playing or coaching for the University of Idaho...

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  7. Washington Huskies Hire Former USC Assistant as Defensive Coordinator

    University of Washington coach Steve Sarkisian announced today the hiring of former USC defensive coordinator Nick Holt to fill the same position with the Huskies...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about 6 years ago 525 reads 0 comments

  8. The Steve Sarkisian Transition at Washington: Assistant Coach Hires

    Steve Sarkisian took today to update the fans and media on some of the coaching changes that he has made at the University of Washington...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about 6 years ago 310 reads 1 comments

  9. New Offensive Coordinator Named For The Washington Huskies

    Coach Steve Sarkisian has named Jim Michalczik to be the new offensive coordinator for the Washington Huskies. He will be replacing Tim Lappano, Tyrone Willingham's coordinator for four years...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about 6 years ago 500 reads 2 comments

  10. USC's Wealth of Talent and the Future of the Pac-10

    I think we can all agree this was a pretty low year for the Pacific-10 conference. Especially if you are from my neck of the woods: the state of Washington...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about 6 years ago 377 reads 14 comments

  11. E.J. Savannah Rejoins The Washington Huskies

    New Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian has given former Husky linebacker E.J. Savannah a chance to come back to to the Purple and Gold...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about 6 years ago 219 reads 2 comments

  12. Work Has Begun On a New Era Of Washington Husky Football

    Steve Sarkisian impressed in his first press conference as the new head coach of the Washington Huskies. He brought what many felt was a fresh start to the program. Indeed this was the first hire since Don James that hasn't been completely awkward...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about 6 years ago 188 reads 0 comments

  13. Steve Sarkisian Is Not Tyrone Willingham

    And I am so thankful for that little thing as a Husky fan right now. I was one of those fans who was sceptical of Tyrone Willingham but supported the idea of giving him a year with his players to prove me wrong...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about 6 years ago 450 reads 0 comments

  14. Were the Washington Huskies Able to Improve After the Bye Week?

    Living under a rock, it might be easy to forgive you if you haven't heard about the Washington Huskies this season...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 380 reads 5 comments

  15. The Washington Huskies Remain Winless: Is There an End to This Nightmare?

    In a word, Husky fans, no. There is no end to this nightmare. This year was a season of new beginnings that has turned out to be just smoke and mirrors...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 468 reads 3 comments

  16. Bundesliga: The Greatest Football League in Europe

    No, I'm not referring to those other leagues—EPL, Serie A, La Liga—the pretenders to the throne, so to speak. In speaking about the greatest European football league, I refer, in fact, to the Bundesliga of Germany...

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  17. Why This Washington Fan Isn't Going to Throw Himself Off the Cliff...Yet

    I may be on suicide watch as far as most of my friends and families are concerned, but I think that may be a little premature at this point in time...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 226 reads 0 comments

  18. Observations from the Stanford-Washington Game

    0-4 I was going into this game hoping with all my heart the Huskies would be 1-3. Then Jake Locker went down, and our defense showed signs of being as ineffective as last year, if not worse...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 306 reads 2 comments

  19. What's in Store for the Washington Huskies?

    It's three games into the 2008 season for the Washington Huskies, and an 0-3 record seems to indicate struggles for the Dawgs. Many fans may be lamenting another lost season at this point, but that is a little premature...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 188 reads 2 comments

  20. Heisman Hype and Pre-Season Rankings: Is There Anything More Pointless?

    So I was on ESPN today and I was looking at their rankings of the Heisman hopefuls for this season after week three, and lo and behold, Tim Tebow is still on the top of their list...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 270 reads 5 comments

  21. The Trials and Tribulations of Being a Husky Fan

    So to continue the precedent I started last week after the BYU game, I'm here again to give you a few talking points I took away from today's Oklahoma-Washington game...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 398 reads 11 comments

  22. Washington-BYU: The Call Happened, But So Did a Football Game

    I've had a few days to stew over that call and come to terms with the consequences. I'm not here to debate the call, and I won't respond to comments about the call. Here are the observations I made outside of the last two seconds...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 749 reads 6 comments

  23. Kavario Middleton Is a Name To Watch for Washington Huskies

    The top-rated recruit in Washington's 2008 recruiting class, Kavario Middleton has already established himself as one of Jake Locker's go-to guys in the first two games...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 224 reads 0 comments

  24. Are College Football Rules Going Too Far?

    Rules are put in place to protect the players and the sanctity of the game. However, there comes a point where rule making can go too far, into the realm of ridiculous and over the top...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 589 reads 5 comments

  25. Why Tyrone Willingham is Going to Have a Hard Time Suceeding

    I don’t have anything against Tyrone Willingham; I’m not a Notre Dame fan certainly. I think he’s a solid human being and has done a great job overall on our program...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about over 6 years ago 651 reads 5 comments