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Stanford All-American Chiney Ogwumike will be available for a live online chat with readers on Wednesday at noon.
Tuesday marked the beginning of the Chris Petersen era on the football field and he, the other coaches and the players went through a nearly two-hour workout in the Dempsey Indoor Facility. Dawgman.com's Chris Fetters and Kim Grinolds were all over it and they provided a number of stories to give fans a feel for what transpired...
SEATTLE - Jeff Lindquist said it best: they had no idea what to expect. The Washington Huskies started spring football Tuesday, and it was all in the unknown. All the players had been recruited by Steve Sarkisian, but they were playing for Chris Petersen now, so how would they embrace the change? And what exactly would that change be?
UW senior linebacker John Timu, a two-year team captain, has been suspended for the first two weeks of spring practices, Petersen announced Tuesday, eight days after Timu appeared in King County court to face a misdemeanor charge of a vehicle prowling. The charge stemmed from incidents on campus last fall, when Timu was alleged to have stolen two E8 parking passes from two UW athletic department employees. Timu then sold the parking passes to teammates Josh Shirley and Erik Kohler, according to
SEATTLE - Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds was on hand Tuesday morning at the Dempsey Indoor Facility to shoot some pictures of Washington's first practice of spring football. Afterward, he put together a gallery of the morning's best pictures.
Arizona is third in the Associated Press and USA Today/coaches poll, but the Wildcats are No. 1 in every other meaningful metric. They're first in RPI, Sagarin's ratings and Pomeroy's ratings. Arizona is also first in the Pac-12 standings and it will be the No. 1 seed in next week's Pac-12 Tournament. --- Here's a look at how Pac-12 teams stand in the RPI: Arizona (1), UCLA (19), Arizona State (28), Colorado (30), Oregon (33), Stanford (42), California (53), Washington (80), Utah (82), Oreg
From offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith after Tuesday's first spring practice: And here's center Mike Criste: And receiver Jaydon Mickens: And receiver DiAndre Campbell: And receiver John Ross:
SEATTLE - Dawgman.com spoke to a number of players and coaches Tuesday morning at the Dempsey Indoor Facility to get their thoughts on how Day One of Washington Spring Football went. We talked to Chris Petersen, Jonathan Smith, Brent Pease, Jeff Lindquist, Jaydon Mickens, John Ross, DiAndre Campbell, Dwayne Washington, Ben Riva, and Mike Criste to get their takes on the day.
SEATTLE - Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters were both at Day One of UW Spring Football and wanted to share their initial thoughts based on what they saw and how Chris Petersen's practice methods and mechanics compared with that of Steve Sarkisian and the previous UW staff. There's also plenty of notes on what they saw, who looked good, who didn't look so hot, and much more.
Washington’s Kelsey Plum, Jazmine Davis named to 15-player Pac-12 all-conference team. Washington State’s Lia Galdeira, Tia Presley also on all-conference team.
We’re counting down the end of the Pac-12 season with a daily look at each of the postseason awards. Today: All-Freshmen team ALL-FRESHMEN TEAM Aaron Gordon, Fr., Arizona: Heralded as one of the top freshmen in the country, the former McDonald's All-American lived up to the hype. The 6-9 forward is first in the conference among freshmen in rebounding average (8.0), second in scoring (12.2), second in field percentage (49.5), third in blocks (0.9), sixth in assists (1.6) and tied for seventh in
SEATTLE - Day One of Washington's spring football is in the books, and everyone wants to know how the players looked for a first impression in front of Chris Petersen and his staff. Well here you go - nine videos of each position group working out, so you can see for yourself.
With two weeks remaining before Selection Sunday, the three biggest names in the bracket watching business are in agreement and project seven Pac-12 teams will make the NCAA tournament.
Above you'll find a few minutes of highlights, if you want to call them that, of quarterbacks Jeff Lindquist and Troy Williams working with new offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Jonathan Smith on Tuesday morning inside the Dempsey Indoor Facility. Former UW quarterback Damon Huard, now the program chief administrative officer, even jumps to throw a few passes in during the final drill featured. (The package is from the 20-minute period at the start of Washington practice during which the
Video: UW coach Chris Petersen after first spring practice
Washington senior middle linebacker John Timu, a two-year captain, has been suspended for the first two weeks of spring practices, UW coach Chris Petersen announced after Tuesday's first spring practice. "Timu will not be here for the next two weeks. He's been suspended; he'll be back for the second part of spring ball," Petersen said. Petersen would not elaborate on the reason for Timu's suspension. "(I) don't comment on those things," Petersen said. Timu was not in attendance Tuesday. Sen
The middle linebacker has been suspended by Chris Petersen in the early days of Spring ball. John Timu has been suspended for the first two weeks of Spring practices, Chris Petersen has announced. He'll rejoin the team after Spring break for the second half of practices and the wrapup if camp. No word on what Timu's actions were that caused the suspension. Timu was a defensive captain a year ago, and has been one of the leaders on the team for several years now. Entering his senior season, thi
Trey Dickerson, a point guard from Williston State College in North Dakota, has received an offer from Lorenzo Romar and the Washington Huskies. According to JUCORecruiting.com founder Brad Winton, Lorenzo Romar and the Huskies have extended an offer to junior college point guard Trey Dickerson. Dickerson is a freshman at Williston State College in Williston, N.D. Winton announced the news on Twitter this morning Washington has offered Trey Dickerson (6-1/PG/2014) of Williston State — Brad Win
Seven times I've asked either Kelsey Plum or Washington coach Mike Neighbors how the guard felt about being named Pac-12 Freshman of the Week and seven times Plum has said, "I don't care." For a little spice, the seventh time, which happened to be a Pac-12 record for the weekly honor initiated in 20
Opening spring practices, picking CP's brain, and examining the expected depth chart. My name is Maximus Decimus Meridius, commander of the Armies of the North, General of the Felix Legions and loyal servant to the true emperor, Marcus Aurelius. Father to a murdered son, husband to a murdered wife. And I will have my vengeance, in this life or the next. Now that spring practices have kicked off, we finally get to see our first glimpse of what Husky football under Chris Petersen will look like.
Devin Asiasi was among the top underclassmen competing at the Rivals Camp Series in northern California.
As we continue with our survey and analysis of 2015 offers today we take a look at the four junior running backs with offers from the Huskies.
And they're off. Well, almost. About 71 players are expected to suit up for the Huskies' first workout of the spring, and the first practice of the Chris Petersen era, at 8 o'clock this morning. I'm brewing coffee now, and heading out the door shortly. Spring practices are open to the media but closed to the general public. I'll try to post a few updates during practice on Twitter, and then the usual practice notes, quotes and videos here afterward. For now, some links: Our roundup from Pe
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott, who will join us in this space for a live chat Thursday, talked to KJR-AM sports radio Monday in a wide-ranging interview. He touched on the conference's $2.7 billion TV deal with ESPN and Fox, which has forced the league to change the scheduling.
Another Holiday is headed to UCLA. Aaron Holiday, younger brother of Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday, committed to UCLA on Monday.
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott, who will join us in this space for a live chat Thursday, talked to KJR-AM sports radio Monday in a wide-ranging interview. He touched on the conference's $2.7 billion TV deal with ESPN and Fox, which has forced the league to change the scheduling. Scott acknowledged some challenges with the TV deal, but noted it's been a success because it's increased the league's exposure while being financially lucrative. Each team nets about $250 million annually. Scott ar
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