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Washingon lands one player on the first team and another on the second team
The Trojans’ rosters are dotted with former local standouts.
Both the Trojans’ men’s and women’s teams are heading toward the playoffs, with a local flavor.
The Huskies outscored the Wildcats 38-10 in the final two quarters.
Washington State piles up yards through the air, but is again let down by its defense in a 38-34 loss.
The Huskies think their problems start with getting away from the running game too often.
Tate ranks third in the Pac-12 in passing yards per game, and 12th in rushing yards per game.
UW lost key pieces from last season’s regular-season-title team, but reloaded with a top-10 class.
Murdock Rutledge — and his hair — are emerging standouts for the Loggers’ football team.
Khyree Armstead is transferring to Edmonds CC after playing at Yakima Valley as a freshman.
Jacob Eason struggles and the Cardinal pile up 482 yards of offense in a 23-13 win over the Huskies.
The Cougars have started 0-2 in Pac-12 play and rank 107th nationally in total defense.
UW has lost its past 5 games at Stanford, but faces a scuffling Stanford searching for consistency.
It was Washington State’s first loss to Utah since 2012.
The Huskies believe they have joined the Trojans as a national recruiting power.
The top-ranked player in the state picks the Huskies after once eliminating them from his top teams.
Aaron Fuller and Andre Baccellia have spent nearly their entire UW careers together.
Ethan Casto earns GNAC Men’s Golfer of the Week honors;
The Huskies score on offense, defense and special teams in a 45-19 win on the road.
The No. 22 Huskies travel to face BYU in Provo after starting the season with 3 straight games at home.