NWSB Insider and UW Football Blogger Erin Acacio breaks down how the Washington Huskies’ schedule will help them in 2013. Washington plays the Boise State Broncos, the Oregon Ducks and the Washington State Cougars all at home. Also, the returns of Bishop Sankey and Jesse Collier will help make up for the loss of seniors Desmond Trufant and Cody Bruns.
Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with the top needs, in his opinion, that the Seahawks need to address in the upcoming NFL Draft. The top needs, says Clinton, are TE, OT, OG, and OLB. He gives us two selections per each position, and where he thinks the Seahawks will select them in the draft. Also, he has a wishful thinking selection, but it is highly unlikely that this player will drop far enough in the draft for the Hawks to actually select him.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us his 5 fearless 2013 Seattle Seahawks draft predicitions. The Seahawks will be drafting another quarterback according to Brandon. They will also trade down with their first pick and won’t reach for anybody, either. Desmond Trufant, Marquess Wilson, Kenjon Barner? Who will it be drafted to the Northwest’s Seahawks.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Hall talks about the positions the Huskies football team need to upgrade in 2013 for an even better season than their last. Graduation left Washington’s receiving corp depleted and shallow after the 1-2 punch of Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Kasen Williams. After an audit, it’s clear Washington needs to fix up five positions in particular.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies football blogger Chris Hall breaks down the UW 2012 football season. With the regular season over, and the Maaco Las Vegas Bowl ahead this Saturday, what better time to reflect on the highs and lows of the 2012 NCAA football season. Highs were definitely the wins over Stanford and OSU, lows, losses at Oregon and LSU. Bishop Sankey gets the nod as the Huskies most dangerous player.
Brand new NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies football blogger Chris Hall breaks down the Stanford vs. UW 2012 Week 5 matchup in a new Dawgs Love ‘em & Hate ‘em. What’s not to love about a win over a Pac 12 school you’ve had no luck against for 3+ years? Everyone head to church, because Bishop Sankey has arrived. Sankey’s game-breaking 61 yard touchdown run came at a crucial time.
NWSB insider and Washington Huskies football blogger Clinton Bell gives us his top 5 player for the Huskies in 2012. The list is led by none other than Keith Price. What’s not to like about this guy. A player who can go toe to toe against RGIII in a bowl game and almost win it? Also Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Desmond Trufant, Kasen Williams, and Josh Shirley round out the list. Another Bowl season for the Dawgs perhaps?
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings us his list of 5 Washington Huskies who you could see in the NFL next year. Keith Price made a name for himself in the Alamo Bowl and will look to Austin Seferian-Jenkins to do it again this season. Sean Parker and Desmond Trufant will be holding down the defense while it will be Drew Schaefer’s job to protect Price at all costs.
Huskies writer Brandon Choate gives you his weekly Love Em Hate Em Huskies football blog. He recaps the Washington State Cougars vs Washington Huskies Apple Cup rivalry game. The Huskies Keith Price and Chris Polk kept adding to their records and Kasen Williams decided he was hopping angry at the Cougs defense.
Our Washington Huskies insider Brandon Choate weighs in on this week’s football matchup against the #6 Oregon Ducks. Defense will be key in this game as the Huskies line must stop the Ducks running game. Cort Dennison and Desmond Trufant will be busy while Josh Shirley needs to be able to contain the wild Oregon running backs.
Husky insider Brandon Choate breaks down what the Washington Huskies need to do to finish the season out strong against conference foes like Oregon, Stanford and USC. Defense is the key to the Huskies future. With QB Keith Price and RB Chris Polk both finding their rhythm, it is going to take a lot to overcome the Husky offense.