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SEATTLE - The sun was out, the Washington Huskies were in seemingly good spirits, and it was their first day in pads for Spring Football. So what didn't click? Steve Sarkisian said he wasn't that thrilled with the offense, and whether or not they want to admit it, there is a change when the pads come on. Maybe guys were a little too amped up?
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Coach Sark keeping practices closed
This spring the Washington Huskies have a whole lot of new leading up to the new NCAA football season this fall. For starters, coach Steve Sarkisian is keeping spring practices closed to the public.
The official word is that it is because of the construction going on with the renovations to Husky Stadium, but I personally think it has more to...
Hop back on the rollercoaster
The 2011-2012 Washington Huskies men’s hoops season is in the books. The season was a wild one, with many ups and downs. Going into the season there were many questions surrounding this team.
How would they fare without a true leader like Nate Robinson or Isaiah Thomas? What kind of impact will phenom Tony Wroten have on this Huskies team? How will...
SEATTLE - It was a beautiful morning out at Montlake, and for the Washington Huskies, their fourth practice of Spring Football meant one thing - first day of full pads. Kim Grinolds of Dawgman.com was on hand to produce this photo gallery of the Huskies in action.
SEATTLE - Washington signed seven offensive linemen in 2010, and two of them played that fall; Colin Porter and Erik Kohler. UW OL Coach Dan Cozzetto had a name for the remaining five linemen; they were known as the Cascade Front - Micah Hatchie, Colin Tanigawa, Michael Criste, James Atoe, and Ben Riva.