SEATTLE — Jamaal Williams assembled a collection of college-bound basketball all-stars, but the Seattle Rotary coach needed a linchpin to bind them together.
SEATTLE — For all the attention focused on Isaiah Stewart and Jaden McDaniels, the other two freshman for Washington finally got their chance to shine.
Washington’s 2020 football season hasn’t arrived just yet.
STANFORD, Calif. — Predictably, Washington was out of sync offensively in the first of many games without point guard Quade Green, who has been ruled academically ineligible by the school and will miss the remainder of the regular season and Pac-12 Tournament.
SEATTLE — After a lackluster thud to begin Pac-12 Conference play, Washington rebounded with its biggest conference blowout in nearly a decade.
SEATTLE — Jake Kyman had played 17 total minutes in the previous four games. He’d scored 18 points and made four total 3-pointers in the nine games he’d appeared in for UCLA.
SEATTLE — Chris Petersen's last opponent at Washington will be the team that gave him his first head coaching job.
RENTON, Wash. — Seahawks coach Pete Carroll might be 68 years old, but he shows no signs of slowing down, having last year signed a contract extension taking him through the 2021 season.
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SEATTLE — With each saved match point, the crowd got louder, even when it didn’t seem possible to make more noise.
SEATTLE — Isaiah Stewart is from upstate New York.
SEATTLE — Perhaps Quade Green had a feeling a decision was nearing on his NCAA eligibility petition, which might explain why the Washington Huskies point guard worked overtime after Thursday night’s 87-63 exhibition win over Division II Western Washington.
Washington head coach Chris Petersen walks on the field against Oregon in the second half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019, in Seattle. Oregon won 35-31.
RENTON, Wash. — Earl Thomas won’t be the only familiar defensive back returning to Seattle this weekend.
SEATTLE — Jacobe Covington’s Washington commitment lasted two days shy of two months.
SEATTLE — Ty Jones is healthy enough to play against Oregon.
SEATTLE — There are 12 scholarship wide receivers on Washington’s 2019 roster.
SEATTLE — Fight on?
SEATTLE — College athletics might be about to change.
SEATTLE — Chris Petersen is 5-0 at Washington against Mike Leach’s incarnation of the air raid offense.
SEATTLE — By now, you’ve heard the theory.
SEATTLE — The Washington Huskies can see the similarities.
SEATTLE — Junior Adams turned his notifications off on Twitter.
SEATTLE — It’s never a defense’s desire to let an opponent score.
SEATTLE — It took until early Sunday morning before California could run onto the field in celebration, party with the few Golden Bears fans still hanging around and enjoy another victory over Washington.
SEATTLE — No. 14 Washington’s game against California resumed late Saturday night after a delay of more than 2 ½ hours due to severe weather in the Seattle area.
SEATTLE — It took 22 minutes — 36 questions and answers — for someone to mention Washington’s season-opening opponent during Chris Petersen’s weekly press conference on Monday.
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — Kaleb McGary is trying to jump back into the competition for a starting job on the Atlanta Falcons’ offensive line after missing almost four weeks.
SEATTLE — Peyton Henry would not be here without Jake Haener.
SEATTLE — Washington was already precariously thin at the inside linebacker position.
SEATTLE — Puka Nacua prefers Ty Jones as a teammate.
SEATTLE — What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Steve Sarkisian keeps hitting the jackpot when it comes to quarterbacks and other offensive playmakers.
SEATTLE — It’s no secret the Huskies need a big boost in the receiver department. Despite ranking among the top in the Pac-12 for pass efficiency last season, Washington sat in the bottom five for passing yards per game and had difficulty coming up with huge gains on pass plays.
SEATTLE — It might not be possible to find one player to replace the 176 tackles that the departed Ben Burr-Kirven had last season for the Washington Huskies, but senior Brandon Wellington is relishing the challenge.