Huskies beat blogger KShell reports on Washington Huskies game week vs. the Ducks. Huskies fans are excited about middle linebacker and team captain Cort Dennison. The Huskies offense with Keith Price and Chris Polk hope to be able to click to get the win, and Dennison and Senio Kelemente will do their part on defense.
UW Huskies hoops blogger K-Shell tells us the Washington Huskies basketball future at the guard position looks bright. Lorenzo Romar has recruited another bunch of talented young kids to play together. Tony Wroten Jr, Abdul gaddy, Scott Suggs, Terrence Ross all look to have careers like Brandon Roy, and Nate Robinson.
Seahawks blogger KShell is begging the folks in the Seattle Seahawks 12th man fan base that are calling for undrafted free agent quarterback Josh Portis to be the next NFL teams franchise QB. It’s a silly notion to the problems. He points out Tony Romo is the lone undrafted quarterback who is starting in the NFL. Enough said.
The focus this week has been on the defense as the Washington Huskies football team have now lost their fifth game in the past two seasons by over 30 points and second straight year losing to Stanford by over 40 points. Steve Sarkisian handpicked his defensive Coordinator Nick Holt to be the man in charge. We’re not sure about this…
Seahawks beat writer KShell is tired, and angry about the the Sunday Week 7 NFL action versus the Cleveland Browns. This game was so dreadful to watch he almost went back to bed. For whatever reason despite the no huddle offense working for both Tarvaris Jackson and Charlie Whitehurst the Seahawks didn’t run it once.
Huskies beat blogger KShell reports on Washington Huskies gameday for Week 8 versus the Stanford Cardinal. Huskies fans are excited about wide receiver James Johnson. Thankfully, Johnson didn’t transfer and is having a great season. For the year Johnson has 22 receptions for 287 yards(13.0 YPC) with three touchdowns.
KShell asks the question. Why is there no Keith Price for Heisman talk? The Washington Huskies are averaging 37.0 points per game despite losing quarterback Jake Locker to the NFL Draft. Since the 2000 season the winners of the Heisman Trophy have played in the national championship game in 9 of 11 winners.