About a minute into Carol Gullstad's presentation Wednesday morning, there was a problem. A youth advocate who has had success in the business community, Gullstad asked Washington's football players to take out there cell phones.
After being drafted in the second round by the Texas Rangers in 2004, K.C. Herren made a savvy decision. He enlisted the help of financial advisor Warren Mach, who is now a senior vice president at D.A. Davidson.
Washington's Coleman Shelton has been named to the spring watch list for the Rimington Trophy, given annually to college football's top center.
Lou Gellermann, who earned legendary status at the University of Washington on two entirely unrelated fronts, has passed away.
The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame announced today that University of Washington play-by-play announcer Bob Rondeau will be the 2016 recipient of the NFF Chris Schenkel Award.
Former Huskies Travis Feeney and Dwayne Washington were both selected by NFL teams Saturday on the final day of the 2016 draft. Feeney was picked by the Steelers in the sixth round while Washington went to Detroit in the seventh.
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.