Posted April 11, 2012 on
SEATTLE - Here's quick video interviews with Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian, Talia Crichton, Thomas Tutogi, Danny Shelton, and John Timu, as well as some action from Wednesday's second full pads practice of Spring Football.
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The Washington Huskies announced this week that offensive lineman and 2-year starter Colin Porter's football career is over. This is tragic for the young lineman who had a really promising future.
Porter had been having some slight shoulder issues and the team sent him to have some routine surgery to clean the problematic areas up and get him in even better shape for the...
SEATTLE - It’s been exciting to follow the Huskies this spring and considering they are only in week two and have only completed five practices, it might be a little early to start singing praise for anyone but I’m blown away by the performance of Husky quarterback Keith Price.
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.
SEATTLE - The Washington Husky men's basketball team culminated its season with the annual awards banquet in Alaska Airlines Arena on Wednesday night and sophomore guard Terrence Ross took home MVP honors.