NWSB Insider and Seattle Sports blogger Brandon Choate brings us his breakdown of the strengths and weaknesses of this 2012 Washington Huskies Football squad. With the losses of Cort Dennison and Chris Polk, the linebackers and running backs will have to step up to replace their production. With Keith Price at the helm, though, with a very strong corp of receivers, this team is poised to make a serious run at the Pac-12 North title.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies blogger Brandon Choate brings us his reasons why Washington Huskies football head coach Steve Sarkisian is the best coach in the Pac-12. With his player’s coach mentality, his previous experience, and his stellar coaching staff, Sark and the Huskies are looking to reach new heights in the Pac-12.
NW Sports Beat Editor and Writer Chris Anderson looks at the early Pac 12 point spreads and picks the Washington games that are sure to give you the satisfaction of more money in your pocket. Some games included feature the Arizona Wildcats and the Washington State Cougars. Keith Price and Steve Sarkisian will be looking to improve further during the 2012 season.
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies blogger KShell weighs in with some new faces to introduce you to who will be playing in Seattle in 2012. Steve Sarkisian has some new toys. Brandon Beaver, Shaq Thompson, James Sample, Taniela Tupou, and Jaydon Mickens will all be given a chance to show what they have on the field. Who will be backing up Keith Price this upcoming season? We touch on these guys too.
New NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies football blogger Jared Galde tells us why he loves Coach Sarkisian, and doesn’t hold back when predicting a Rose Bowl. He’s a buyer when it comes to what coach Sark says kids heading to college right now didn’t grow up with a burning desire to attend the University of Washington. Jack Locker, Keith Price and Chris Polk have turned heads, good times are ahead.
NWSB Insider & Managing Editor “Q” tells us college football is also getting ready to get into their spring practices and four Pac 12 programs are looking ahead to the regular season, which kicks off in September. The Oregon Ducks, Oregon State Beavers, Washington St. Cougars, and Washington Huskies will all return competitive teams in the 2012 Pac 12 season.
Washington Huskies beat blogger Clinton Bell tells us that with Doug Nussmeier gone to be the new offensive co-ordinator at Alabama for Nick Saban it is believed that head coach Steve Sarkisian will remain the one in charge of calling the plays for the Huskies in the future. With that in mind, Clinton gives you 5 big reasons why this will not turn out to be such a great idea for coach Sark.
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 blogger Clinton Bell tells us UW football tight-end Austin Seferian-Jenkins is a fast and athletic tight end, but what can he be on the hardcourt for the 2012 UW Huskies hoops team? Seferian-Jenkins needs to be careful about this move to the court. Injuries happen. At 6’6″ 258, Seferian-Jenkins will definitely bring some added muscle.
Washington Huskies blogger Q points out the 2011 Valero Alamo Bowl was one for the highlight reels. The Huskies and Bears went back and forth in one of the most entertaining football games ever. Now because of it Steve Sarkisian and the UW Huskies have fired EX defensive coordinator Nick Holt. He’s been replaced with two Tennessee coaches. Justin Wilcox and Peter Sirmon.
Husky insider Brandon Choate brings us breaking news of possible coaching changes at the University of Washington. Breaking reports are telling us Husky football defensive coordinator Nick Holt and safeties coach Jeff Mills have been let go by the university after a dismal defensive showing in the 2011 season.