What can we expect when the Huskies face Illinois?

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NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies Blogger Chris Hall gives us five things to look forward to in UW’s Week 3 matchup with the Illinois Fighting Illini. First and foremost, keep an eye on Austin Seferian-Jenkins in his return game from suspension. But while ASJ will make his mark, as well as Bishop Sankey and Kasen Williams, look for Jaydon Mickens and Dwayne Washington to potentially get involved. The UW defense will be tested by Nathan Scheelhaase, and this should be a hard-fought battle on both sides.

*My* 5 favorite things about the new Husky Stadium

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NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies blogger Brandon Choate brings us 5 things he loves about new Husky Stadium. The Huskies renovated the stadium to make the concourses wider and the bleacher seats became personal seats. The closer proximity to the field allows games to be extra loud and tradition continues with the scenic views and the siren, Enjoy Keith Price this year in Seattle folks. Because you know he’s enjoying the stadium.

What can we expect when the Huskies face Boise State?

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NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies’ football blogger Chris Hall talks about what to expect when the Huskies host Boise State for their opening game of 2013. Whiel expectations for both teams are quite lofty for the next year, the first game of the season will undoubtedly prove at least some of each team’s worth. The Huskies will have a tough task ahead of them, but a helpful home crowd and Keith Price & Bishop Sankey should help to alleviate some pressure for the Dawgs.

Washington’s question mark: Keith Price

Keith Price has a lot to prove entering 2013.

NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies Blogger James Crabtree-Hannigan breaks down UW’s biggest question mark entering the 2013 college football season: Keith Price. At Pac-12 Media Day, Price stated, “”I have a lot to prove to myself and a lot to prove to you guys…” With players such as Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Bishop Sankey around him — not to mention a more inexperienced O-line, there’s no reason for him to fall back on his word.

Pac-12 Media Day: Washington Huskies football

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NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about the Washington Huskies’ time on the podium at the 2013 Pac-12 Media Day.Picked to finish behind Oregon, Stanford, and Oregon State in the division, not many people know what to exactly think about UW football in 2013. Uncertainties surrounding Keith Price at quarterback and Austin Sefarian-Jenkins’ timetable for return to the program lead many to question their potential in the coming year. Here’s what the Husky football panel at Pac-12 Media Day had to say.

The 5 Players Washington Huskies fans love to hate

Austin Seferian-Jenkins

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.

The UW Huskies have a good problem brewing in Montlake

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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.

Jalen Canty and dual-sport athletes at UW

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NWSB Insider and University of Washington Huskies Blogger Chris Hall brings up the interesting topic of the two-sport star at the University of Washington. With the commitment of upcoming two-sport star Jalen Canty, Chris takes a trip down memory lane about past success stories of Huskies two-sports stars. Of course the two that come to mind are ASJ and Nate Robinson, but there are a few more names worth noting on Chris’ list.

Washington Huskies 2013 football offensive VIP’s

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NWSB Insider and University of Washington Huskies Blogger Chris Hall breaks down who the five most important players will be for UW in 2013. The list comprises Keith Price, Bishop Sankey, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Kassen Williams and Micah Hatchie. Much has been made about the team’s new offense, but the playmakers will be the ones leading the team to success.

Football trend is complete in the Trufant family

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NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies’ blogger Eric Acacio talks about the Trufant brothers and how they have become a trio in the NFL. Desmond is the last Trufant brother to finish his college football career in the state of Washington. Each of them started their football careers at Woodrow Wilson High School in Tacoma and then parted ways as they played football at different colleges. Although their choices in college were different, they all finished with the same result by making football into their career.

Washington Huskies’ 2013 defensive starters

Shaq Thompson

NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies’ blogger Chris Hall previews the 2013 defense for the Washington Huskies. Players making the cut are Will Shamburger, Sean Parker, Gregory Ducre, Travell Dixon, Travis Feeney, Shaq Thompson, John Timu, Josh Shirley, Andrew Hudson, Danny Shelton and Connor Cree. Much is still up in the air, but things look promising for Washington on both sides of the ball.

Projecting the Washington Huskies 2013 offensive starters

Keith Price

NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies’ blogger Chris Hall previews the 2013 offense for the Washington Huskies. Led by Keith Price at quarterback, the Huskies have a lot of potential on the offensive side of the ball, especially with Bishop Sankey at running back. Questions around TE Austin Sefarian-Jenkins don’t seem to be a problem, although his DUI could have an impact in 2013.