1. What the Cal Win Means for the Washington Huskies

    No one should underestimate how useful it is going to be over the coming weeks that head coach Steve Sarkisian and the Washington Huskies were able to go 5-7. It's news that will directly affect the decision quarterback Jake Locker will make as well...

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  2. Do The Washington Huskies Have a Chance Against Best-Less Cal?

    Make no mistake about it, the Washington Huskies' run defense has been atrocious over the last couple years. Statistically, they rank in the cellar of the Pac-10 in almost all defensive categories, but especially the run defense...

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  3. Steve Sarkisian's First Season Validated by Victory in the Apple Cup

    Many of the more rabid Washington Huskies fans were upset with the losing streak going into the 102nd Apple Cup on Saturday. In many ways there was a little too much optimistic feeling around the program after the win over USC...

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  4. The Washington Huskies Needed This Bye Week To Get Healthy

    The Washington Huskies are a beat up team. There is no question that the lack of depth for the Huskies has led to too much reliance on the teams stars, especially quarterback Jake Locker...

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  5. Will the Washington Huskies Go To A Bowl This Season?

    Following a late field goal in the first half of the Oregon game, the Huskies' bowl hopes were still alive and well. By the end of the game, the hopes are now becoming more distant, attainable, but difficult...

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  6. Washington-Oregon Defines True Rivalry

    What's in a rivalry? Passion, pride, hatred, all of the most extreme emotions are on display in a good rivalry. USC-ND, Florida-Georgia, Oklahoma-Texas, Ohio State-Michigan, there are some great cross state rivalries out there in college football...

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  7. Washington Huskies Need To Play Mistake Free Football

    Washington's win over Arizona last weekend highlighted a potential problem with the Huskies going forward. The team has taken a big step forward in all areas, but more needs to happen if the Huskies want to go to a bowl...

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  8. Washington Huskies' Steve Sarkisian Is Early Contender for Coach of the Year

    It's the halfway point of the season and a good time to start looking at the progress being made by programs around the country...

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  9. The NFL Is Calling Washington Huskies QB Jake Locker

    Perusing the top 32 pro prospects for the NFL yields a dazzling list of talented players at top programs around the country. On name sticks out at No. 6—not because of his name, but because of the school he plays for...

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  10. Double Standards: Concussion Reporting Between Washington and Florida

    We all know that a concussion is a serious injury, we all know that Tim Tebow is a star and a media darling, and we all know that the Washington Huskies are still yet to be relevant on the national stage...

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  11. Despite Loss, Washington Huskies Growing As A Team

    As much as Notre Dame fans would love to tell me about the legend of Jimmy Clausen and his ability for the comeback victory, Washington lost that football game more than Notre Dame won it...

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  12. Washington And Steve Sarkisian At The Crossroads For 2009

    For those of you lucky enough (or unlucky for how bad the broadcast was) to see the Washington-Stanford game last Saturday, you got to see Washington lay its first egg of the season...

    Ian Peterson Written by Ian Peterson about 5 years ago 185 reads 3 comments

  13. Washington Huskies' Stay in the Top-25 is Brief

    Washington proved yesterday in Palo Alto that the rebuilding on Montlake still has a tough road ahead. The 34-14 loss did not look pretty. After an upset of No. 3 USC led to the first ranking the Huskies had received in six years, at 24...

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  14. Washington-Stanford Provides The Litmus Test For Two Emerging Programs

    Interestingly enough, for those that have followed these two programs over the last couple years, is that this game has finally gained relevance...

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  15. Can Steve Sarkisian Clone Pete Carroll's Success at Washington?

    When head coach Steve Sarkisian started his tenure at the University of Washington, he made no bones about copying a lot of the things that the USC Trojans did. First on the list, opening up practices to the general public...

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  16. Husky Trails: Washington's David Slays the Trojan Goliath

    Who would have thought coming off a winless 2008 season, and only just breaking their record winless streak last week, the Washington Huskies were capable of pulling off the upset of the No. 3 USC Trojans...

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  17. Husky Trails: Washington In For a Tough Game Against USC

    A lot of talk has been made this week about the game between USC and Washington, especially considering the coordinators of USC are now leading the Huskies...

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  18. Husky Trails: The Washington Husky Offense Is Making Strides

    Anyone looking back on the last year of Washington Husky football will tell you that the offense was hopelessly inept at times...

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  19. Husky Trails: Washington Ends Slide at 15

    Washington finally has a win, after having to wait nearly two calendar years between this one and the last one. Washington beat the Idaho Vandals 42-23 today in Husky Stadium...

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  20. Husky Trails: Enthusiasm Contagious for Downtrodden UW Huskies

    The Huskies came out of the gate last Saturday firing, outgaining the LSU Tigers in yardage despite losing 31-23. Many pundits and fans around Seattle and the country proclaimed a successful ...

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  21. Husky Trails: Huskies Sharper in Sark Debut Despite Loss

    There really should be no surprise that LSU won last night's contest and the UW Huskies continued their losing streak. That being said, the 31-23 loss by the Huskies did not leave a bad taste in the mouth at all...

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  22. Husky Trails: Four Keys For Washington Huskies Against LSU

    It's gameday everybody! I'm up early watching ESPN just because I feel like it's an early Christmas. Problem is that the UW game isn't until 7:30 tonight PST. Since it is the gameday, it's time to do a little list on the keys for the Huskies against LSU.

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  23. Husky Trails: Conditioning the Key for the 2009 Washington Huskies

    With the season fast approaching for the Huskies, a lot is being made of the chances the Huskies are going to have for a successful season. Essentially, the consensus is that the Huskies will make little to no impact on the college football landscape...

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  24. Husky Trails: The Washington Husky Power Players

    With the first game of the season in exactly one week, and excitement building in all corners of the Washington team, I felt it would be great to put together a recap of who will be the big players for UW this season...

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  25. Husky Trails: Five Keys to the Washington Huskies' Season

    With the season fast approaching, it is easy to get caught up in all the rhetoric that naturally flies around fall camps. The optimism can be contagious...

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