Washington Huskies News for March 3, 2014
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Huskies Taking Interest In Dickerson [$]

The Washington Huskies are always looking to upgrade their talent situation whenever they have a chance to do so. They have three players signed for 2014 - Quevyn Winters, Donaven Dorsey, and Tristan Etienne - and they may go the juco route again to round out their recruiting class.

OSU comes into Pac-12 tournament on nine-game win streak

Oregon State gave Notre Dame a scare earlier this season, and has finished the Pac-12 regular season on a nine-game winning streak.

UW’s Cyler Miles, Damore’ea Stringfellow remain suspended

Quarterback Cyler Miles and receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow, projected starters for the Washington Huskies next season, continue to be suspended indefinitely as UW opens spring practice.

Gaskin Goes In-Depth [$]

He knew a week ago he wanted to be a Husky, so Sunday night Myles Gaskin and his family went to UW for a pre-arranged meeting to speak with Chris Petersen and running backs coach Keith Bhonapha. Ten minutes into a 45-minute chat, he broke the news; he was committing to the Huskies. Dawgman.com caught up with the 5-foot-9, 185-pound running back from O’Dea Monday to go in-depth about his decision.

Petersen Meets With the Press [$]

Monday was Chris Petersen's introduction to spring football at Washington, where he met with the press for nearly 23 minutes, talking about his spring ball philosophy, who will be available for spring football and much, much more.

UW's Chris Petersen on Kasen Williams, quarterbacks and building...

First, a few quick injury updates from Chris Petersen's press conference Monday afternoon: Senior WR Kasen Williams (broken leg), junior LG Dexter Charles (shoulder) and sophomore walk-on WR Taelon Parson will miss all of spring ball. Petersen said Williams should be "full-speed, rocking and rolling" by this summer. Senior LT Micah Hatchie, junior linebacker/defensive end Cory Littleton, sophomore safety Kevin King, junior linebacker Scott Lawyer and sophomore RB Ryan McDaniel will all be "rea

Zags' Kelly Graves named WCC Coach of the Year for eighth time...

From the West Coast Conference:

Shaq Thompson at running back? New UW coach Chris Petersen says...

Shaq Thompson, Washington's standout outside linebacker, will have a shot to play two ways for the Huskies this spring. Yes, Shaq's back in the backfield. New Washington coach Chris Petersen on Monday introduced the idea of using Thompson as a running back this spring as the Huskies try to replace All-American Bishop Sankey. UCLA used linebacker Myles Jack, the former Bellevue High School star, in similar roles last season, with Jack being named the Pac-12's Offensive and Defensive Freshman o

And the Pac-12 award goes to ...

We're counting down the end of the Pac-12 season with a daily look at each of the postseason awards. Today: All-Defensive team ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Jordan Bachynski, Sr. Arizona State: The 7-2 center has turned shot blocking into an art form. He leads the nation with 123 blocks (4.2 pg). In the first three seasons of his career (89 games), he averaged 6.6 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2.03 blocks. This season he is at 11.2 ppg., 8.4 rpg and 4.2 bpg. Jordan has a double-double in 11 games, after enteri

Chris Petersen Spring Press Conference Notes

Spring ball begins tomorrow, and Chris Petersen addressed the media today. Here are some highlights. There is no new news on Cyler Miles and Damore'ea Stringfellow. The focus is on the players that are going to be on the practice field, and getting them better and ready to go. Kasen Williams and Dexter Charles will both be out for spring ball, with half a dozen or so other players being limited in terms of contact. There are just the two QB's -- Troy Williams and Jeff Lindquist -- on the ro

Video: UW coach Chris Petersen previews spring football

A day before the Huskies' first practice of the Chris Petersen era — scheduled for 8 a.m. Tuesday — the new head coach met with the media at UW on Monday afternoon. Here's Part 1 of his press conference:

Petersen: No update on indefinite suspensions of Cyler Miles,...

Washington quarterback Cyler Miles and receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow, suspended indefinitely last month, will not participate in UW's initial spring football practices, UW coach Chris Petersen said during a press conference Monday afternoon. Petersen did not specify how long Miles and Stringfellow, both potential starters for UW in 2014, will be suspended. Miles and Stringfellow allegedly assaulted a Seahawks fan near campus after the Super Bowl on Feb. 2. The case remains in the hands of th

Washington Spring Preview 2014: Offensive Line

In our continuing series looking ahead to the 2014 Spring Practices for Husky football, we look at the state of the offensive line. 2013 Review: Hard core football fans understand the importance of winning the battle in the trenches, and eyes were squarely focused on the Husky offensive line heading into the 2013 season. The offense had taken a big step back in 2012, and while there were reasons to think the skill positions would bounce back, they needed improved line play to really boost the o

Pac-12 Player of the Week: Mike Moser

Oregon's Mike Moser could have won the Pac-12 Player of the Week award last week after a couple of standout performances against Washington and Washington State. The Ducks senior forward had another brilliant week in Los Angeles and on Monday he was awarded the weekly honor by the conference. Moser averaged 16.0 points, 16.0 rebounds and 4.5 assists to lead Oregon to a road sweep in LA. In an 87-83 double-overtime victory over UCLA, Moser recorded 20 rebounds, the most by an Oregon player in 37

DiAndre Campbell And Andrew Hudson To Participate In Spring Ball...

The Huskies will welcome back two payers that seemed to have been pushed out the door by the previous coaching staff. The WR and DE will take part in the team's spring practices, which begin this week, in an effort to get back into the team and finish their careers by playing out their eligibility. Both players were redshirt juniors during the 2013 season, but were academic seniors and not major contributors. Because of this, it seemed the previous staff had asked them to move along to clear up

Northwest 11: Pac-12, West Coast Conference set conference tournament...

Here's the Northwest 11 weekly power ranking. The qualifying regional Division I schools are Washington, Washington State, Seattle U, Gonzaga, Eastern Washington, Oregon, Oregon State, Portland, Portland State, Idaho and Boise State. Idaho State will not be included due to Pocatello's more eastern l

DawgmanRadio: Brandon Huffman [$]

BELLEVUE - Dawgman.com's Chris Fetters caught up with Brandon Huffman, National College Football & Recruiting Analyst for Scout and FOXSports, who was at Interlake High School Sunday at a Barton Football/NEI senior showcase. They discussed Washington's recruiting efforts for 2014 and beyond, as well as the perception of Chris Petersen as a recruiter in the Pac-12.

Recruiting Blog - 3/3 [$]

It's never too early to start looking at the landscape of the upcoming recruiting class. Today, we take a look at some of the top 2015 prospects on Washington's recruiting radar and where things currently stand with them in the process...

Veterans DiAndre Campbell, Andrew Hudson to return to UW for...

Wide receiver DiAndre Campbell and defensive lineman Andrew Hudson will return to the Washington football team for spring workouts this week, after it was announced at the end of last season that both were leaving the program with eligibility remaining.

Morning links: Chris Petersen to host press conference this after...

Chris Petersen will kick off the spring football season, so to speak, this afternoon during a 1:30 p.m. press conference at UW. I'll be there, of course. The first of 15 spring practices starts at 8 a.m. Tuesday, and I'll be there too, of course. A reminder that spring practices are scheduled for a Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday run in the first two weeks, with a two-week spring break, and then two more weeks in April on the same Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday schedule. Practices are open to the media b

4 Star RB Myles Gaskin Commits to UW

The Huskies nab a top in-state recruit for the 2015 class. Myles Gaskin out of Odea HS in Seattle is ranked a top 300 player, a 4 star recruit and the #29 tailback in the 2015 class. 247 has him as a 3* and the #34 back in the country. He came up to campus for the junior day just following signing day, and the visit went well for him, giving him the confidence to jump into the UW boat pretty early in the cycle. UW was the first offer for Gaskins (under the previous staff, and the new staff kept

Wait and see [$]

Rivals250 running back Paul Lucas had an offer from Steve Sarkisian's staff. But what about now?

Surveying the quarterback offers [$]

TheDawgReport.com is taking a position-by-position look at the 2015 offers Chris Petersen and his staff have extended. We begin, naturally, with the quarterbacks.

Spring Preview: Linebackers [$]

While some of Chris Petersen's first-year Washington staff don't have experience coaching at the BCS level, new linebackers coach Bob Gregory is plenty familiar with the Pac-12. Before his nine-year stint as Jeff Tedford's defensive coordinator at Cal, Gregory also coached defensive backs at Oregon for three years.

Gallimore Talks Rice Offer [$]

The Owls have sent out their second offer for the class of 2015 to St. Catherine's, Ontario DE Neville Gallimore, who talks with Owls Insider about his recent offer and more.

Morning links: UW could face Utah in Pac-12 Tourney

If the season ended today, Washington would receive the No. 8 seed in the Pac-12 Tournament and face No. 9 Utah in the 12 p.m. opening-round game at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Arena. The Huskies split the regular-season series and both teams won at home by single digits. As we noted last week most years it’s essential to finish the regular season among the top four, which guarantees a first-round bye in the conference tournament. Since the conference adopted byes in 2006, a team seeded lower than four

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