It’s 2011 Apple Cup Smack talk time. First up is Washington State Cougars fan Insider Steve with his 5 reasons he can’t stand Washington Huskies Football. The Apple Cup is all about the pageantry, and history of two schools that have competed in this annual game for over 100 years. At most Steve Sarkisian is an 8 win coach. Shot #1. Boom.
Huskies beat blogger KShell reports on Washington Huskies game week vs. the Ducks. Huskies fans are excited about middle linebacker and team captain Cort Dennison. The Huskies offense with Keith Price and Chris Polk hope to be able to click to get the win, and Dennison and Senio Kelemente will do their part on defense.
The focus this week has been on the defense as the Washington Huskies football team have now lost their fifth game in the past two seasons by over 30 points and second straight year losing to Stanford by over 40 points. Steve Sarkisian handpicked his defensive Coordinator Nick Holt to be the man in charge. We’re not sure about this…
Huskies beat blogger KShell reports on Washington Huskies gameday for Week 8 versus the Stanford Cardinal. Huskies fans are excited about wide receiver James Johnson. Thankfully, Johnson didn’t transfer and is having a great season. For the year Johnson has 22 receptions for 287 yards(13.0 YPC) with three touchdowns.
Kris S reports on Washington Huskies gameday for Week 5 versus the Utah Utes. Huskies fans are excited about the true freshman Austin Seferian-Jenkins, understandable since the Huskies haven’t had much from their tight ends in a decade, and he’s a nice compliment to the running game led by Chris Polk.
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…
UW Football News: UW Star RB Chris Polk Has Surgery 2011 projects to be a challenging season for the Washington Huskies. They have to break in quarterbacks Keith Price and Nick Montana with Jake Locker gone and overcome a schedule that includes Nebraska, Oregon and Stanford. The saving grace was supposed to be Washington’s rushing [...]