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Washington Huskies Football 2017 Preview Better/Worse/Neutral: Rushing Offense

In the latest edition of our Better/Worse/Neutral series, we take a look at the rushing game, which returns virtually the entire group from last year’s unit. Losses LG Jake Eldrenkamp (NFL) Additions TB Sean McGrew (RFr), TB Kamari Pleasant (RFr), TB Salvon Ahmed (Fr) In short, there’s no reason that Washington’s ground game should be any less successful than it was...
Via UW Dawg Pound
1 day ago

Washington Football 2017 Fall Camp Preview: Running Backs

The Huskies should feature a dominant ground game in 2017 thanks to one of the nation’s strongest one-two backfield combinations. Fans of old school, three-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust football will likely find much to enjoy about Washington’s ground game in 2017. In addition to the presence of bell cow ball carriers Myles Gaskin and Lavon Coleman, who combined to rush for 2,225...
Via UW Dawg Pound
15 days ago

Washington Huskies 2017 Spring Football Preview: Running Backs

They were fantastic in 2016 and everyone is back for an encore The 2018 edition of this spring preview has me a little worried. Lavon Coleman will be gone. With physical demand shortening the lifespan of running backs, Myles Gaskin will almost surely be gone as well. That will leave the Huskies with a bunch of guys who may --even a year from now-- have done very little on the field...
Via UW Dawg Pound
March 21, 2017

The four things that will decide the College Football Playoff

Major key alert. Now that our playoff palate has been satiated by the “who’s in” announcement, we can turn our attention to the “who is going to win it all” debate. The College Football Playoff committee did what it had to do, naming Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Washington the top four in that order. Now it is our job to figure out who will win it all, with a little...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
December 12, 2016  |  Discuss

PAC-12 Power Rankings, week 5

How the PAC-12 conference shakes out after five weeks Washington- Could it really be anyone else? Jake Browning looked great, dicing up he Stanford secondary for 210 yards and three touchdowns while his running back duo of Myles Gaskin and Lavon Coleman combined for 174 yards and three touchdowns. Both sides of their line really impressed and rolled over Stanford, who is known for...
Via Rule of Tree
October 04, 2016

No. 9 Washington beats Arizona 35-28 in overtime

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) Jake Browning hit Dante Pettis on a 4-yard touchdown in overtime, Lavon Coleman ran for 181 yards and No. 9 Washington held off Arizona 35-28 Saturday night in both teams' Pac-12 opener. Pettis made a tough grab in traffic on the first possession of overtime and Washington's defense forced a turnover on downs to eke out the victory. The Huskies (4-0, 1-0 Pac...
Via Associated Press
September 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Reaction: #9 Huskies taken to limit by U of A, win in OT 35-28

image courtesy of seattletimes.com The University of Washington Huskies had no answer for the new Arizona Wildcat quarterback Brandon Dawkins. Fortunately for UW, the Wildcats had no answer for the feet of Husky RB Lavon Coleman or the blocking of Huksy QB Jake browning. Browning’s block Jake Browning would hit Dante Pettis on a 4 yard TD pass in OT to win the game, however...
Via Seattle Side Up!
September 25, 2016

Washington RB Steps Out Short Of First Down, Awarded First Down Anyways

We have our first major blown call that cost a team a game and the first weekend of college football isn’t even done yet. Washington Huskies running back Lavon Coleman stepped out of bounds short of the first down marker late in the fourth quarter but was awarded a first down anyways. Hawaii could have gotten […] The post Washington RB Steps Out Short Of First Down, Awarded...
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August 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Washington football: How the West will be won

With fall camp set to start tomorrow for Washington football, the 2014 college football season is officially about to begin. With expectations high for not only the Huskies, but many of the programs in the Pac-12, finding an edge in such a difficult conference can be a struggle. In order to predict the future of how the 2014 season will unfold, one must look to the past to uncover...
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August 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Washington football: Spring preview winners

With the final spring practice for Washington football in the books, now it is time to reflect on what took place the last month and a half. Here are a few of the players that improved their stock this spring: Did you miss the Washington football spring preview for the offense? Check it out.  Offense looking to the sideline during red zone work Darrell Daniels TE Daniels proved...
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April 24, 2014  |  Discuss
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