14 year old Tate Martell commits to Washington…seriously?

UW

NWSB Managing Editor Q tells us today “8th grade quarterback and San Diego native Tate Martell has just made a verbal commitment to the University of Washington Huskies football team. First reported by the Seattle Times Bob Condotta via twitter… This is a little ridiculous isn’t it UW fans?

Washington QB Nick Montana To Transfer to Junior College

Nick Montana

The Seattle Times reports Montana, who just finished his redshirt freshman season at UW, will transfer to a junior college — reportedly either Blinn (Brenham, Texas) or El Camino (Calif.) The pressure is clearly on Keith Price now to make some more progress at the QB position in Seattle.

Washington Huskies Football – 2011 Pac 12 Season Review

Season Recap

Q the Senior editor here at NWSB has the Washington season recap article. The Huskies had a great year offensively with Chris Polk rushing for 1,488 yards with 12 TD and Keith Price passing for 3,063 yards with 33 TD. On defense though the UW gave up 777 yards in the 2011 Alamo Bowl game and Robert Griffin III did major damage to Nick Holt’s defense. Bye Bye Nick Holt. Hello Justin Wilcox.

UW Apple Cup Preview: 5 Reasons the Dawgs win Saturday

Coach Sark

NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us his weekly Washington Huskies preview. This is a special one, folks, as the Apple Cup is upon us. If the Huskies can keep Keith Price healthy and allow Chris Polk to do his thing, this game should be a cake walk for the Huskies. The Washington State Cougars will eventually Coug it anyway.

MMQB: Huskies at Oregon State: Love Em, Hate Em

Nick Holt

Huskies writer Brandon Choate gives you his weekly Love Em Hate Em Huskies football blog. He recaps the Oregon State Beavers vs Washington Huskies game in NCAA’s week 11. The Huskies defense was atrocious and freshman Nick Montana couldn’t get rid of the first game jitters for the Huskies.

5 Reasons Why Washington was Upset and Lost to Oregon State

The Huskies should have little problem with the Beavers, even with the loss of Chris Polk.

Jason Green gives us 5 reasons why the Washington Huskies lost to the Oregon State Beavers. The Huskies could not contain Sean Mannion while Nick Montana just didn’t get the job done and a Keith Price comeback was cut short.

UW Huskies look to rebound vs. Beavers heading into Apple Cup

Washington Cheerleaders

Our Washington Huskies insider Brandon Choate weighs in on this week’s football matchup against the Oregon State Beavers. With the season winding down, seniors Jermaine Kearse, Devin Aguilar and Cort Dennison will do their best to cement their legacies in the Purple and Gold. With freshman Nick Montana getting the start at quarterback,

5 Reasons I’m excited to see UW Huskies QB Nick Montana play

This bloodline runs strong

NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us another top 5 list today. He breaks down the top 5 reasons we should be excited that QB Nick Montana is starting today for the Washington Huskies. His arm, his already budding career, and his father all make this an exciting opportunity for both the young Montana and Husky nation.

5 Reasons Why Washington Was Smoked by USC

Curtis McNeal

Jason Green gives us 5 reasons why the Washington Huskies lost bigtime to the USC Trojans on Saturday. QB Keith Price was sacked 4 times, RB Chris Polk rushed for a season-low 36 yards, and then the Huskies came out of the locker room to take the field in the 3rd quarter already down 23-3 and then USC’s Marqise Lee took the kick 88 yards to the house. Oh Oh.

MMQB: Oregon Ducks at UW Huskies: Love em & Hate em

Say farewell: Out with the old, in with the new

Huskies writer Brandon Choate gives you his weekly Love Em Hate Em Huskies football blog. He recaps the Oregon Ducks vs Washington Huskies game in NCAA’s week 10. The Huskies receivers couldn’t catch their passes and the offensive line couldn’t protect Keith Price or the ball carriers including Chris Polk in an ugly second half loss.

5 reasons UW Lost to Oregon In Last game at Husky Stadium

Oregon vs Washington

Q gives us 5 reasons why the Washington Huskies lost to the #6 team in the country on Saturday at Husky Stadium November 5th, 2011. Let’s start with the Husky defense. The UW defense could not contain LaMIchael James. James rushed for 156 yards with 1 TD…

UW Huskies Head Coach Steve Sarkisian – “Is A Game Changer!”

Keith Price, Steve Sarkisian, Washington Huskies

Dawg’s football beat writer K-Shell lets us know that Washington Husky nation is buying into what Coach Steve Sarkisian is selling. Two years ago the Huskies were a bunch of overachievers who surprised everyone by going 5-7. Then last year’s high expectations led to a 7-6 record and a Holiday Bowl win over Nebraska. In 2011 UW is 3-1…

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