On the day before Washington's annual Spring Preview, Chris Petersen's schedule was stacked with meetings. One after another, groups entered the coach's office, some to talk football, others to sort through the minutiae of putting on the spring game.
When the ball is in John Ross' hands, big plays happen. Over the first two years of his Washington career, the receiver has scored nine touchdowns.
After starting nine games as a sophomore, it would be easy for Darren Gardenhire to feel like he had locked up a place in Washington's secondary.
When Mason Stone arrived at Washington in time for spring football, the walk-on was greeted with an honest message from Chris Petersen.
Each time Amandre Williams steps on the practice field, he is watching his teammates. The freshman outside linebacker uses each day of spring football to learn something new.
Like many kickers, Van Soderberg's football career started on a soccer field. A standout on the pitch, he was asked to try something new his freshman year at Capital High School in Olympia.
Grab some shoes. Grab your gloves. Get on the bus. Those were the instructions issued to Washington's football players after finishing a leg workout Friday morning.
Fans are welcome to attend this Sunday, March 6, as the UW football team will go through its annual Husky Combine at the Dempsey Indoor Practice Facility, starting at 1:00 p.m.
Linebackers Travis Feeney and Cory Littleton will get their chance to impress the coaches and staff of the 32 NFL teams this weekend as the two former Dawgs participate in the annual NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
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.