State Of The Dawgs: Weekly Notebook | October 19

Keith Price

K-Shell another one of our men with his pulse on the Washington Huskies beat is back with another edition of the UW football Notebook. The Huskies offense led by Keith Price who is second in the nation in passing touchdowns with 21 is averaging 37.0 points per game. While Chris Polk is 14th in the nation in rushing yards.

Huskies Wroten just another Garfield guy hoping to make stamp at UW

Tony Wroten Jr.

KShell points out like Brandon Roy and Nate Robinson before him the next man in line with great expectations at the University of Washington Huskies hoops program is Tony Wroten Jr. from Seattle’s Garfield High School. Even recently guys like Abdul Gaddy and Terrence Ross have had their struggles during their freshman year, will Wroten Jr. struggle?

Washington Huskies lose senior sharp shooter Suggs for 8-12 weeks

Scott Suggs

UW beat blogger KShell informs us that the Washington Huskies mens basketball team recently found out captain Scott Suggs will be missing 8-12 weeks due to a broken foot. Washington Huskies basketball season is just around the corner, and the team will miss Suggs but this shouldn’t cost them too much. Abdul Gaddy, C.J. Wilcox, and Terrence Ross will step up.

Washington Huskies WR Devin Aguilar plays hometown team

Devin Aguilar

KShell our Washington Huskies blogger informs us that senior wide receiver Devin Aguilar who was a four star recruit coming out of high school has rebounded nicely leading the team in receiving yards. Aguilar has 15 receptions for 293 yards (19.5 YPC) with two touchdowns on the season.

UW Huskies basketball must replace face of the program

Isiaha Thomas

Washington Huskies basketball season is just around the corner and beat blogger KShell points out Isaiah Thomas was a great Husky but the UW Huskies program is still in great shape with all the talented guards left behind. Abdul Gaddy, Terrence Ross, C.J. Wilcox

Moments In Time: UW Huskies vs. Colorado Flashback to 2000

Tuiasosopo

KShell flashes back to the year 2000 for the epic UW Huskies vs. Colorado Buffaloes matchup. This game proved to be closer than most had expected as the Huskies would have to rally for the first of many fourth quarter comebacks. Marques Tuiasosopo, Willie Hurst, Paul Arnold, Larry Tripplett, Rick Neuheisel are just some of the names to remember.

State Of The Dawgs: Weekly Notebook | October 12th

Chris Polk

K-Shell another one of our men with his pulse on the Washington Huskies beat is back with another edition of the UW football Notebook. The Huskies are looking to take care of business at home against an opponent they should have no problems with in the Colorado Buffaloes. Keith Price is 90% healthy and ready to go. Kasen Williams will be a game time decision

The 2011 Seahawks are thriving in the no huddle

Pete Carroll

Seahawks beat writer KShell points out you can clearly see the Seattle Seahawks offense is night and day better running the no huddle offense. Quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson thrived in the no huddle, as did backup Charlie Whitehurst who came in and got the win versus the New York Giants on Sunday in Week 5 NFL action.

Washington QB Keith Price has made Husky fans say Jake who?

Steve Sarkisian

Kshell our University of Washington Huskies beat writer breaks down the comparisons between current Husky QB Keith Price, and last years field general and current Tennessee Titans QB Jake Locker. Kris will go as far as saying Keith Price is making fans forget all about Jake Locker.

Huskies WR Jermaine Kearse looking to set records at Washington

Jermaine Kearse

Washington Huskies update from KShell. Keith Price has done a wonderful job of spreading the ball around the field to all his weapons. That receiver is Jermaine Kearse who is passing some legends on the University of Washington deans list…

Seahawks Marshawn Lynch has been a bust in Seattle

Marshawn Lynch has been a bust in Seattle

K Shell one of our resident Seattle Seahawks beat writers thinks the Seahawks need to go draft a running back in this draft. He’s not suggesting the Seahawks spend a first round pick on one, but it is a need. Marshawn Lynch, Leon Washington, and Justin Forsett aren’t helping the running game at all.

Huskies Football: Defense starting to rebound from rough start

UW

Kris S tells us that the University of Washington Huskies defense, despite a rough start, are coming around and fixing their mistakes. Huskies defenders Desmond Trufant, Cort Dennison and Alameda Ta’amu are making large contributions for this revamped unit on defense.

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