Posted September 01, 2013 on
In what was arguably the most complete win in Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian's tenure, the Huskies dismantled Boise State to the tune of 38-6 in front of 71,968 fans in the first game of the season at a raucous Husky Stadium. Here's a closer look at some positives and negatives from the game as the Huskies prepare to play Illinois in two weeks...
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Washington got the 2013 football season off to a great start with a 38-6 drubbing of Boise State and Dawgman.com was there to take it all in. This is your one-stop shop to view all of our content, including podcasts, news, notes, quotes, pics and analysis from Saturday...
The 2013 college football season is underway! Boise State's season opener is a rematch of last December's Las Vegas Bowl between the Broncos and Huskies. We present a quick look at the starting lineups for both teams and some keys to the game:
SEATTLE - With Washington hosting Boise State in the newly renovated Husky Stadium Saturday night, there were plenty of photo opportunities around, and Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds took advantage. The stadium was sold out, the atmosphere was electric, and the Huskies came away 38-6 victors.
SEATTLE - From pre-game to the final whistle, Dawgman.com had Washington's 38-6 win over Boise State covered, and nothing shows it off more than a three-minute video montage of the day's events. Chris Grinolds manned out video camera and perfectly captured all the action on and off the field, from the Dawg Walk through UW's final touchdown.
SEATTLE - It was a long night, but so worth it. Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund, Chris Fetters, and Andrew Dore of Dawgman.com burnt the midnight oil and then some wrapping up the day's events, as Washington retook Montlake and defeated Boise State 38-6. In our 25-minute roundtable, we talked about the game, the new Husky Stadium, and UW Football going forward.
Eastlake HS ATH Drew Lewis (Sammamish, WA) verbally committed to Washington back during the spring, but says he's still looking to visit a few other schools. Boise State has been showing more interest recently & the talented ATH says he might visit The Blue if the Broncos offer. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his interest in a visit to Boise State.
SEATTLE - Game Day is here! It seems like an eternity ago, but the Washington Huskies are set to debut their renovated stadium in front of 70,000-plus fans as they take on Boise State Saturday night at 7 pm PT. Here's your one-stop blog for all the action during the game!