Posted November 19, 2011 on
CORVALLIS - Steve Sarkisian had plenty of questions hurled his way after Washington's 38-21 loss to Oregon State Saturday at Reser Stadium. Why did Keith Price come in the game when he did, and could he have come in earlier? What's up with the defense? How did he feel Nick Montana's day went? Has the team started to lose belief in themselves?
BEST OF MAXIM
With a last name like Montana, you are almost expected to be great especially under center. Unfortunately, the Montana name did not translate to success for Joe Montana’s eldest son Nate. Now that Nate’s career is all but over (currently plays for the University of Montana), it’s Nick ’s time to carry on the Montana torch. Earlier today, head coach Steve Sarkisian tweeted...
Coach Sark announced UW's starting quarterback for Saturday's game against Oregon St. It will be Nick Montana. What are your expectations for Montana?
Dave Cameron thinks the Mariners should avoid signing Prince Fielder this offseason because of his cost. While I do agree with Cameron that Fielder will come at a hefty price, I wouldn't be against the idea...
Nick Montana’s first collegiate start did not go according to plan Saturday as the lowly Oregon State Beavers blew out the Washington Huskies 38-21.
Though Montana missed on several key throws, he did about as well as could be expected in limiting turnovers and facilitating the running game. Chris Polk’s Herculean early effort certainly helped in that regard.
But the Washington...
Huskies writer Brandon Choate gives you his weekly Love Em Hate Em Huskies football blog. He recaps the Oregon State Beavers vs Washington Huskies game in NCAA's week 11. The Huskies defense was atrocious and freshman Nick Montana couldn't get rid of the first game jitters for the Huskies.
Nick Montana's first career start at quarterback, Chris Polk's return to prominence and the chance to rebound are the subplots to Washington's 12:30 p.m. game Saturday at Oregon State.
Sean Mannion threw for 339 yards and two touchdowns as Oregon State beat Washington 38-21 Saturday.
The Beavers (3-8, 3-5 Pac-12) beat the Huskies for the seventh time in their last eight meetings.
Nick Montana was 11 of 21 passing for 79 yards for the Huskies (6-5, 4-4) in his first career start.
Oregon State went up 24-14 with 11:14 left in the game after Mannion connected with...
Jason Green gives us 5 reasons why the Washington Huskies lost to the Oregon State Beavers. The Huskies could not contain Sean Mannion while Nick Montana just didn't get the job done and a Keith Price comeback was cut short.