Posted September 05, 2012 on
SEATTLE - Dawgman.com spoke with Jimmie Dougherty, Eric Kiesau and Joel Thomas Wednesday about Washington's upcoming game with LSU, the disappointment of losing Jesse Callier, can Bishop Sankey be the man, how will the UW offense handle LSU's defensive ends, and is Kevin Smith getting stronger?
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Anyone not sure on the UW Huskies who they're playing in Week 2?
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A wildlife preserve from Oregon supplied Sheena, a 16-month-old tiger for practice.
The Washington Huskies knew they were taking to the practice field Tuesday to prepare for LSU. Have no doubts about that.
“I've seen one in zoos, but I've never...
Time: 7 p.m. Eastern
The Washington Huskies allowed yet another touchdown to the Baylor Bears(see Alamo Bowl) so it seems, and taking on one of the most physical running game in the country will not be fun come the fourth quarter when the depth becomes a concern.
Washington heads into this game with one of the most underrated signal-callers in the country. Keith Price...
The LSU Tigers have a tradition of putting their live Tiger mascot right next to the tunnel that visiting teams run onto the field through.
This weekend LSU faces the visiting Washington Huskies in Death Valley. Generally the stadiums in the SEC can be pretty intimidating places for first time visiting players and LSU’s Death Valley is no exception.
Washington is prepared though...
The Washington Huskies are 24-point underdawgs on the road at LSU Saturday night, but it's not as if the Huskies haven't played spoiler in the past. Here are five ways in which the Huskies can pull off the shocker in Baton Rouge, as well as five reasons UW will do exactly what the oddsmakers expect.
Washington was already facing a difficult task with a game against No. 3 LSU. Now they'll be doing it without a starting offensive lineman and a co-starting running back.
Huskies coach Steve Sarkisian on Monday said that running back Jesse Callier will miss the rest of the season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in last Saturday's opener...
Will Shamburger returned a fumble for a touchdown and Keith Price threw a touchdown pass as host Washington defeated non-conference foe San Diego State.
The opening week win however came with some bad news this week for the Dawgs.
Who: Jesse Callier, starting tailback
Callier and Bishop Sankey were by all accounts 1a and 1b on the depth chart. The plan was for them...
SEATTLE - Dawgman.com spoke with Bishop Sankey, Will Shamburger, Tre Watson and Keith Price about Washington's 21-12 win over San Diego State, as well as what they are expecting down in the Bayou as UW travels to Baton Rouge Saturday to square off with the No. 1 team in the country - LSU.