Football - Archives 2016
The Washington football program welcomed 18 newcomers on National Letter of Intent Signing Day today, inking a class that covers all areas of the field.
For Washington on signing day, there were no surprises and, for the Huskies and coachChris Petersen, that is something to celebrate.
Right about the time Myles Rice was really starting to figure things out on the football field, he suffered a setback.
Taylor Rapp looked around the room. Sitting in front of an empty group of lockers, the freshman tried to find the words to describe how it felt to go from high-school senior to college freshman at Washington.
Daniel Bridge-Gadd was looking for an opportunity. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound quarterback believed he had the talent to play in the Pac-12, but he needed to find a coach willing to take a chance.