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Dylan Morris passed for 367 yards and three touchdowns, Jalen McMillan had 10 catches for 175 yards and a score, and Washington rebounded from two disappointing losses with a 52-3 win over Arkansas State.
What appeared to be an easy final tune-up before Washington jumps into conference play has quickly become a tipping point for the Huskies' entire season.
Aside from Cooper McDonald and dad Mike's former team, you’d be hard-pressed to find any connection between Washington (0-2) and Arkansas State (1-1), which meet for the first time at 1:15 p.m. Saturday at Husky Stadium.
In his weekly news conference on Monday, Sept. 13, Jimmy Lake said UW's struggles start with some variation of "us," "me" or "coaching" six different times. He said it "comes back to coaching" four times, and sprinkled in a "we have to coach them better" to complete the ambiguous accountability theme.
Blake Corum sprinted for a 67-yard touchdown to give Michigan a double-digit lead in the second quarter, one play after Jim Harbaugh called for a fake punt and the Wolverines pulled away to beat Washington 31-10.
In the entire chaotic history of college football, five ranked FBS programs have lost to FCS opponents. The first four reached bowl games. UW is the fifth. Do the Huskies have the talent, coaching and leadership for history to repeat itself?
"Dylan Morris is our starting quarterback." Jimmy Lake said it twice, so you know he's serious — even after everything that happened Saturday night, Sept. 4.
SEATTLE — Jimmy Lake was apologetic, his words a mixture of disappointment and resolve.
On Saturday, in its first game in front of fans in 645 days, UW lost 13-7 in one of the most embarrassing performances in program history.
The University of Washington football team's first depth chart of the season is usually sprinkled with a few surprises. Monday, Aug. 30's edition did not disappoint.
After being benched for the final two games last season, UW running back Richard Newton is back with an improved mindset and body. "I’ve put in the work to get where I want to be,” he said.
58 years ago, former Husky Phil Shinnick set a world record in long jumping. But it was never recognized. Finally, Shinnick's fight to get his record recognized has been vindicated. What the record book doesn't show is Shinnick's journey to get justice.
On Sept. 11, J.T. Tuimoloau and Emeka Egbuka — the top two football players from Washington in the 2021 high-school class, per the 247Sports Composite — will make their home debuts against the Oregon Ducks. Only home, in this case, refers to Ohio Stadium — located 2,400 miles southeast of Seattle.
Jessica Thoennes is one of 16 former or current Husky rowers competing in Tokyo – representing seven different countries -- continuing a long tradition of UW rowers taking part in the Games. No other university in the country can match that number.
The College Football Playoff management committee has formally recommended expanding the playoff field from four to 12 teams. But what does that mean for UW?
The Huskies win the title for the first time since 2015, and they do it by beating rival California for the third time this month.
The Huskies rallied from a 5-1 deficit, not only winning, but crushing Michigan 10-5 to beat the Wolverines for the second time Sunday night, May 23, and win the NCAA tournament regional.
North Carolina was uncharacteristically stymied on offense for most of the game against Washington, but are advancing despite that, scoring on a corner kick in the 68th minute for a 1-0 win in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.
The Whitman College men’s tennis team closed the season with a 6-3 loss at Pacific on Sunday, May 2.
When Jimmy Lake wore his infamous 'RUN THE DAMN BALL' hat last season, Terrell Bynum said the UW wideouts 'were a little frustrated with that.'
Think of Washington’s quarterback competition like a race. There are three competitors: returning starter Dylan Morris, graduate transfer Patrick O’Brien and early enrollee freshman Sam Huard.
Bob Gregory was not a flashy hire to succeed Pete Kwiatkowski as UW's defensive coordinator. But if the Huskies can stop the run and rush the passer, the optics will no longer matter.
Brynna Maxwell scored 24 points and the Utah women’s basketball team broke open a close game in the second half, defeating Washington 84-61 on Sunday at the Huntsman Center.
The Kevin Thomson era is over.
Jen Cohen made the first phone call at 7 a.m. on Sunday.
Pete McClure, a 1993 Whitman College graduate and a self-described ‘late comer’ that ‘bounced around a little bit,’ commenced a 15-year career as men’s golf coach at his alma mater following a meeting at an appropriate venue.
A 2021 defensive lineman from the state of Washington verbally committed to UW on Monday.
UW cancels spring grid practices, game
SEATTLE — Isaiah Stewart began the season for Washington burdened by unrealistic expectations that accompanied the nation’s No. 3 overall 2019 recruit.
SEATTLE — Amber Melgoza had one of the best games of her great Husky career, and still it didn’t matter in the end.
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.
By The Seattle Times
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.