Washington coach Chris Petersen doesn't lose often, let alone two in a row. So this is strange territory as he endures his first slide since 2007, when he was coaching perennial power Boise State.
In what increasingly is shaping up as a mulligan year for Washington football, coach Chris Petersen is preparing to cannibalize part of his defense to feed his offense
With the departure of leading scorer C.J. Wilcox to the NBA, there is a major void for the Huskies to fill. And Nigel Williams-Goss is the prime candidate to take on a greater load than he did as a freshman.
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When Maddie Meyers finished high school races she felt “on top of the world.” One of the nation’s top distance runners, there was a time when her upward trajectory seemed limitless.
Aminah Williams never planned on becoming a big-time rebounder. So, when Mike Neighbors made a prediction before the forward’s sophomore season, she was incredulous.
Husky fans braved the elements as the University of Washington Huskies took on Arizona State University. October 25th, 2014.
As a head coach, Chris Petersen has never lost three straight games. Then again, he's never faced the offensive struggles Washington is currently going through.
Taylor Kelly threw two touchdown passes after missing more than a month with a foot injury, the second a 7-yarder to Gary Chambers with 3 minutes left in No. 14 Arizona State's 24-10 victory over Washington on a blustery Saturday night.
After years of watching Chris Polk and then Bishop Sankey gnaw off great chunks of opponent defenses, most Huskies fans figured a dropoff in Washington’s run game production was probable
The good news for the Washington Huskies is that the top two running backs on the depth chart seem to be on the right track to play Saturday, despite suffering injuries in a blowout loss at Oregon.
Jernard Jarreau and Jahmel Taylor were looking to make a change. They wanted to find a way to signify a fresh start for a new season with the Washington men's basketball program.
It wasn't so much that Oregon extended its winning streak over Washington to 11 games. The Huskies say it was the way they lost this time to the rival Ducks that was most frustrating.
As every beleaguered Huskies fan knows, it's been 10 years since Washington beat Oregon. Given the relative competitive balance of the Pac-10 and now the Pac-12, that is astonishing.
Shaq Thompson is so dangerous on a football field he scares Chuck Norris.
Twenty years later, announcer Jerry Allen's classic call of The Pick against Washington is played at every Oregon game at Autzen Stadium.
Chris Petersen knows about the rivalry between Oregon and Washington and how one-sided it can be.
DiAndre Campbell envisioned the moment. The receiver thought about what it would be like to score a touchdown in front of his friends and family during his final collegiate trip to Northern California.
Cyler Miles threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns, Shaq Thompson returned a fumble 100 yards for a score and Washington overwhelmed California 31-7 on Saturday.
Even though Washington is averaging more than 200 yards on the ground, California linebacker Michael Barton fully expects the Huskies to come out throwing the ball.
It would seem that Cal, under second-year coach Sonny Dykes, has become less of a football team and more of a carnival ride.
When Christian Roldan was in third grade, representatives from Adidas were looking for young, talented soccer players to appear in a commercial.
There was no plan for the Washington duo of Danny Shelton and Hau'oli Kikaha to turn their preseason goal of trying to get to the quarterback into a friendly competition.
Washington coach Chris Petersen came to the defense of his starting quarterback Monday, while simultaneously shouldering the blame for poor coaching decisions.
Kevin Hogan ran for a 5-yard touchdown with 4:29 remaining, and No. 16 Stanford took advantage of a poorly timed fake punt to hold off Washington 20-13 on Saturday.
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.