Did you miss the Washington Huskies vs. Oregon Ducks Pac 12 basketball game Thursday night? We’ve got the highlights loaded for our Pac 12 Hoops fans. Carlos Emery had 16 points and eight rebounds for the Ducks. E.J. Singler and Devoe Joseph added 13 points apiece. Washington’s Tony Wroten and Terrence Ross were a combined 8-of-24 shooting for 22 points.
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.
Husky insider Brandon Choate brings us news that another Washington Husky is moving on. Running back Chris Polk has decided to enter the 2012 NFL draft. Polk’s left a lasting legacy for the Washington Huskies, breaking several records and coming close to many Napoleon Kaufman marks. Polk is sure to be a top 5 running back in the draft. Projected as a 2nd or 3rd pick.
Washington Huskies blogger Jason Green tells us 5 reasons why the Baylor Bears and Washington Huskies played one of the most memorable college bowl games in history at the 2011 Alamo Bowl. The Huskies did not take advantage of Heisman winner Robert Griffin III not having his best game, Terrance Ganaway had 200 yards rushing, Chris Polk, and Keith Price had great games but it wasn’t enough.
It’s Alamo Bowl betting time, the Washington Huskies vs. Baylor Bears Thursday December 29th 2011. Check out the live betting odds, ncaa handicapping preview, and gambling trends. This should be a fun matchup. Baylor and Robert Griffin III are the favorites vs. Chris Polk, Keith Price, and Jermaine Kearse. 2011 College football bowl gambling season is here.
UW Huskies hoops blogger K-Shell tells us the Washington Huskies possible greatest player Brandon Roy is going to be missed by the Washington Huskies and Portland Trail Blazers fans as well as fans of good people. When Roy came to UW it marked a change in culture as he was the first big time recruit to stay home.
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.
Jason Green one of our Washington Huskies bloggers is back with another edition of the UW football Notebook. UW is out of the Pac 12 title picture, but they may be able to improve their bowl positioning with a win over WSU Saturday. Last week Chris Polk had his 8th game of over 100 rushing yards.
It’s Apple Cup time, the Washington State Cougars vs. Washington Huskies Saturday November 26th 2011. Check out the live betting odds, ncaa handicapping preview, and gambling trends. Marshall Lobbestael needs to ensure he avoids turnovers, but look for Chris Polk to tear it up on the ground. 2011 College football betting season is here.
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.
Another North West Athlete in the spotlight today. Former University of Washington Huskies quarterback Damon Huard. In 2001 Huard signed with New England Patriots and while he rarely saw the field he did win 2 Super Bowl rings (XXXVI, XXXVIII) and then in 2003 signed with the Kansas City Chiefs as a free agent.
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.