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The Nittany Lions’ possess one of the best secondaries and special-teams units in the country.
Nittany Lions’ collection of defensive backs is among the best in the country
Washington coach Chris Petersen said he “feels good” about the team’s running back options for 2018 should junior Myles Gaskin declare for the… Continue reading
The class is highlighted by the recruits at offensive line, quarterback and wide receiver.
Recruiting websites have the current UW class ranked as high as No. 10 in the country.
The back end of the Huskies’ defense has thrived under the leadership of a new core.
Mike Hopkins likes what he’s seen from his freshmen through 10 games. That said, the first-year Washington coach still wants to see more.… Continue reading
The NBA All-Star will be honored in Seattle during the Huskies’ Feb. 15 game against Utah.
Tevis Bartlett, Keishawn Bierria and Ben Burr-Kirven all took different paths to starting roles with UW.
After losing Adams to injury, UW inserted new blood and was able to find consistency on the ground.
The head coach and Washington have a lot going on: exams, prep for a bowl game and recruiting.
Beating No. 2 Kansas and becoming the biggest story in college basketball for 24 hours was an experience for Washington. To hear Huskies… Continue reading
The Huskies’ lanky forward is averaging 3.3 steals per game, which ranks sixth nationally.
The Huskies have faced some top talent this season, and the Nittany Lions RB is another for the list.
Noah Dickerson and Sam Timmins have progressed, but the Jayhawks are formidable foes.
Both teams have dynamic running backs, accurate quarterbacks and tough defenses.
They will face Penn State at University of Phoenix Stadium on Dec. 30.
Washington adds the 14th member of their 2018 recruiting class.
UW, which has struggled to put away oponents, goes on a late-first half run and cruises to victory.
The result of the Pac-12 Championship game will have a big impact on where the Huskies go.