Washington starting linebacker John Timu, who was charged in December with two misdemeanor counts of second-degree vehicle prowling after he allegedly stole parking passes and sold them to teammates, has been suspended by coach Chris Petersen for the first two weeks of spring football practices after agreeing to a deal with the King County prosecutor.
According to his attorney,...
Starting 2013 off right
The Washington Huskies had a long offseason. After losing a heart breaker to Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl last season, the Dawgs still had one thing to look forward to: revenge.
With Boise State already scheduled for the 2013 opener, the Huskies had a chance to right the wrong that ended last season.
Boise State DID come to Montlake to start the 2013...
SEATTLE - Despite it being Labor Day and the start of a BYE week for the Washington Huskies, Washington Head Coach Steve Sarkisian conducted his weekly press conference. We've included the full 35-minute media session here, as well as interviews with Keith Price, Bishop Sankey, and John Timu.
2012 Record: 7-6 (5-4 in Pac-12)
Head Coach: Steve Sarkisian (26-25 at Washington, 19-17 in Pac-12)
Last Bowl Game: 2012 Maaco Bowl: lost to Boise State 28-26
Stadium: Husky Stadium in Seattle, WA (capacity = 72,500)
Home Field Advantage: ranked 23rd out of 69 BCS teams
2013 Schedule Link
Out of Conference: 8/31 vs Boise St,...
SEATTLE - Here are video highlights and interviews with Justin Wilcox, John Timu, Shaq Thompson and Greg Ducre as Washington finished up their last regular practice of the spring leading up to UW's Spring Game Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
SEATTLE - Here are Saturday video interviews with Steve Sarkisian, Kasen Williams, John Timu, Josh Shirley and Mike Criste after Washington's sixth practice of the spring - held at the Dempsey Indoor Facility. This was the last practice before the team takes a bit of a break before coming back in the beginning of April for their second spring football session.
The Washington Huskies were looking to extend their winning streak on Saturday and steamroll towards the end of the season with a big win against Utah. They did exactly that, making themselves bowl eligible and cracking the BCS Top 25 for the second time this season.
The question is…can they stay there this time?
With the two remaining games on the schedule, the...
The Washington Huskies started their Pac-12 gauntlet last week, knocking off Stanford in a big upset victory in Seattle on the big stage. This week, they do it again in primetime, against the Oregon Ducks. The Dawgs will be traveling to Eugene to take on our arch nemesis, the Pondsquatters in the second of three brutal games to start off their conference schedule.
SEATTLE - After Monday's practice - Day Seven of Fall Camp at Washington - Dawgman.com spoke to Travis Feeney, Andrew Hudson, Kasen Williams, Sione Potoae and John Timu. Here's what they had to say.
Week one of Washington's 2012 fall camp is in the books and the several of the players -- DT Sione Potoae, LB Jamaal Kearse, LB John Timu and C Drew Schaefer -- gave us their thoughts on how things have gone so far and what they are looking forward to in the future...
Dawgman.com recently spoke with 2014 UW commit Rahshead Johnson, as well as his head coach at Long Beach (Calif.) Jordan - Thomas Barnes. Johnson joins a number of Jordan players now at Washington - John Timu, Princeton Fuimaono and Siosifa Tufunga, and even though he's only a sophomore Barnes thinks Johnson's commit will stick.
Can the defense keep pace this year?
Everybody knows how explosive last years Huskies offense was, and this year should be the same, at least I’m hoping that will be the case.
But the real question lies in the defense. Can they keep the Huskies in ball games early, so we don’t need to go into shoot out mode like in the Alamo Bowl last year.
Here is my list of five players...
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.