Under different circumstances, Washington coach Chris Petersen would have already coached his first Pac-12 Conference game.
Perhaps the most consistent aspect of Washington's raggedy, yet 4-0, start to the football season has been coach Chris Petersen's weekly lament that he doesn't know who his team is, nor what to expect from them
Kasen Williams walked out of the locker room with a smile on his face. After catching his first touchdown of the season, the receiver was content knowing his contribution helped Washington rally past Georgia State.
Trent Miles still has the memories even if his time working at Washington was mostly filled with forgettable losses.
The email arrived in Danny Shelton's inbox during winter quarter. It was a request to audition to become a First-year Interest Group (FIG) leader during fall quarter of his senior season.
For those wondering what in the name of Mike Lude is Georgia State doing on the University of Washington's football schedule Saturday, keep in mind in the marketing strategy of the Mariners.
Jimmy Lake knew he was going to do a lot of teaching.
Chelsea Archer stood near the Husky Soccer Stadium sideline wearing a purple jacket, while her sister, Christina, ran through a drill with her Washington teammates.
For Danny Shelton, defensive success came down to two things: Turnovers and faith. When Washington took the field against Illinois, the Huskies were determined to atone for last week’s mistakes.
When John Ross was asked to reveal the secret behind his penchant for explosive plays, the receiver gave the credit to Washington’s coaching staff.
After Washington State lost its first two games of the season, Saturday's contest against Portland State of the FCS suddenly loomed very large.
If there's anything the Washington Huskies have proven through the season's first three games, it's that they have the ability to make big plays.
Illinois visiting Washington was supposed to be the first major test of Chris Petersen's initial season with the Huskies. Challenges are all the Huskies have faced in their first two weeks.
It's not as if Chris Petersen is attempting to teach his Huskies players to speak Mandarin. Except it apparently feels like it.
Washington has looked strong both offensively and defensively this year. The problem is, it hasn't happened in the same game.