Some call it team chemistry. Others might say it’s just knowing and playing for one another.
Go ahead and doubt all you want says senior linebacker Travis Feeney; Washington has plenty of talented players ready to prove the skeptics wrong.
University of Washington head coach Chris Petersen is adding secrecy to his anticipated return to Boise State.
Washington coach Chris Petersen has declined to expand on his statement from last week regarding the transfer of Sam Ukwuachu from Boise State to Baylor when Petersen was the Broncos' head coach.
Former Huskies head coach Steve Sarkisian apologized Sunday for his behavior and inappropriate language at a USC event the night before.
When Chris Petersen took the job at Washington, it was clear changing the culture, style and approach was going to be a multi-year process.
Washington offensive lineman Dexter Charles has retired due to a lingering knee injury, a significant blow to an already thin offensive line.
Mercer Island's Jeff Lindquist, K.J. Carta-Samuels, true freshman Jake Browning, and junior college transfer Tony Rodriguez are all fighting for the Huskies starting quarterback job in fall camp.
Chris Petersen can only describe it as a feeling. There isn't anything tangible Petersen can point to yet, just the sense of progress from where he was at this time last year when he took over at Washington.
It'll be the most awkward and odd reunion of Petersen's career, and equally a huge moment for the program he helped build in Boise, which is getting a fourth Pac-12 Conference team to play on the famous blue turf.
College football players often live in their own little worlds, focusing their energy on training, maintaining good grades and practicing hard to help their team win games in the fall.
Thursday was a big day for Lorenzo Romar and the University of Washington basketball program, as the Huskies added some size with Noah Dickerson, their fifth four-star player of the 2015 recruiting class.
Speedy Washington wide receiver/defensive back John Ross III will miss the season after suffering a leg injury during spring practice.
Former Washington starting point guard Nigel Williams-Goss will transfer to Gonzaga and be eligible for the 2016-17 season when the series between the Huskies and Bulldogs is scheduled to resume.
Washington leading scorer Nigel Williams-Goss and two others have been granted their release and will transfer from the Huskies' program.