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Here’s three takeaways from camp after the Huskies’ defense “beats” the offense 37-33.
That’s not how Ben Burr-Kirven began his Husky career, but he’s now a relied-upon defensive cog.
The Huskies will still recruit players that fit the coach’s framework despite their national stature.
To whom do the Huskies turn should quarterback Jake Browning get injured?
Chris Petersen’s haul of prospects is now ranked 1st in the Pac-12 and 14th nationally by 247 Sports.
The Huskies already have six players signed for 2019, by far the most in the Pac-12.
The UW quarterback is succeeding in spring camp by paying attention to details.
The path is now cleared for the Huskies to sign their entire recruiting class
The deal, which begins in 2019, includes a $120 million windfall for the Huskies.
The guard from O’Dea H.S. averaged 1.3 points per game in his only season with the Huskies.
Left tackle Adams ‘on track’ to return by start of fall camp.
Shane Bowman, Greg Gaines and Jaylen Johnson lead a unit that could be the best in the Pac-12.
The UW Huskies return four starters from last season’s offensive line, including injured left tackle Trey Adams.
The department held a forum on mental health after WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski committed suicide.
The junior receiver excels when in open space.
Benning Potoa’e will not be swayed either by a Burger King or a Dairy Queen. Nor will his circle of friends include the… Continue reading
The former USC safety started at the bottom coaching youth football in Southern California.
The Huskies’ post has until April 10 to decide whether to turn professional.
The 21-year-old tailback and Lynnwood native is happy to pass along his knowledge in the locker room.
The Huskies return a trio of starters and have a number of potential young standouts.