NWSB Insider and University of Washington Huskies Blogger Chris Hall breaks down the five biggest games of the UW college football season. The list comprises games against the Boise State Broncos, the Oregon Ducks, the Arizona Wildcats, the UCLA Bruins and, of course, the Washington State Cougars. We all remember what happened in last year’s apple cup, but home-field advantage should help the Dawgs this time around.
NWSB Insider and University of Washington Huskies Blogger Chris Hall breaks down which UW players will enter 2013 underrated. We all know who the stars are: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Shaq Thompson, Keith Price Bishop Sankey and Kasen Williams will grab the headlines. But guys like Travis Feeney, DiAndre Campbell, Dexter Charles, Danny Shelton and John Timu deserve recognition as well.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies’ blogger Eric Acacio talks about the Trufant brothers and how they have become a trio in the NFL. Desmond is the last Trufant brother to finish his college football career in the state of Washington. Each of them started their football careers at Woodrow Wilson High School in Tacoma and then parted ways as they played football at different colleges. Although their choices in college were different, they all finished with the same result by making football into their career.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies Blogger Chris Hall gives us his thoughts on the Annual Spring Game. The spring game matters because it’s the first live football fans of a team have seen for months, and will see for quite a while. Despite the small sample size and unrealistic conditions of a spring game, Husky Nation likely came out cautiously excited. Bishop Sankey, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Keith Price, Kasen WIlliams, and a number of other offensive starters sat out large portions.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies’ blogger Chris Hall previews the 2013 defense for the Washington Huskies. Players making the cut are Will Shamburger, Sean Parker, Gregory Ducre, Travell Dixon, Travis Feeney, Shaq Thompson, John Timu, Josh Shirley, Andrew Hudson, Danny Shelton and Connor Cree. Much is still up in the air, but things look promising for Washington on both sides of the ball.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies’ blogger Chris Hall previews the 2013 offense for the Washington Huskies. Led by Keith Price at quarterback, the Huskies have a lot of potential on the offensive side of the ball, especially with Bishop Sankey at running back. Questions around TE Austin Sefarian-Jenkins don’t seem to be a problem, although his DUI could have an impact in 2013.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies football blogger Chris Hall breaks down who could start at quarterback for UW in 2013. Keith Price is coming off a subpar season, begging the question, is there a better fit under center? Cyler Miles, Troy Williams, and Jeff Lindquist all saw time in the Spring Game, but Miles is the only one who had much of a positive impact. Price’s 2012 campaign was far from perfect, but he outshined everyone else in the Spring Game, making it a possibility he could return to his starting role.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies blogger Brandon Choate brings us a small preview of next season, listing 5 Huskies who must lead by example. Despite their age, Kasen Williams and Shaq Thompson have a big chance to be inspiring while Keith Price and Austin Seferian-Jenkins are looking to bring back the glory.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies football blogger Chris Hall is back to tell us all about 2013 Huskies spring football. What does Steve Sarkisian have up his sleeve this year? Washington ranked in an exceptionally strong recruiting class this year, another tribute to Sarkisian’s skills as a recruiter. What we know? Kasen Williams will be one of the best receivers in the Pac-12. Austin Seferian-Jenkins’s nagging ankle injury could be seen slowing him down at times.
NWSB insider Jon Irwin brings us breaking news that Husky start tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins has been suspended indefinitely after being charged with a DUI over the weekend. The story was originally reported by The Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta. The Dawgs open their upcoming season on August 31, against Boise State.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies football blogger Chris Hall is back to tell us all about the top WR recruit the Huskies just landed, Damore’ea Stringfellow. As he briefly spoke about in a previous post, Stringfellow is out of California, and regarded as the best WR in the recruiting class. A player with athletic talent, he will give Keith Price another target to throw to, that is if he doesn’t red shirt, like Chris believes will happen. Stringfellow has the ability to out-muscle, and out-jump DB’s across the Pac-12 spectrum, which will be a plus for a below average QB like Price turned out to be last season.