NWSB insider and Washington Huskies blogger Brandon Choate brings us a season preview for your 2013 Washington Husky football team. There are big questions surrounding Keith Price, Kasen Williams and Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Can Shaq Thompson, Bishop Sankey and Josh Shirley have even better seasons than last year?
NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies’ blogger Chris Hall talks about five players/positional units that he loves to hate on the UW football team. Standouts Keith Price and Austin Seferian-Jenkins make this list because of the way they thrill at times but disappoint at others. Finding their way onto the list are also the Huskies’ offensive and defensive lines, units that have a ton of potential but consistently under perform. Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Keith Price are mentioned.
Washington Huskies blogger Brandon Choate brings us a look at the quarterback battle this season at Washington. With Keith Price entrenched as starter, do any of the other guys make a run at the starting job? Derrick Brown may be on his way out, but Cyler Miles, Jeff Lindquist and Troy Williams could prove to be problematic for Sark come decision time. Decisions – Decisions for Coach Steve Sarkisian.
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 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 and Washington Huskies football blogger Chris Hall breaks down what we learned about the Dawgs in 2012. Mainly, that this team has gotten better, but just weren’t ready to turn the corner yet. The QB position is the biggest mess of the team with the poor season by Keith Price. Standouts were Bishop Sankey, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, and Kasen Williams. If the Huskies played in a different conference, they could have been a 10 win team easily. The Pac-12 is second best to the SEC in today’s football world.