Sept. 15, 2008
SEATTLE - After each game, Coach Tyrone Willingham and the Husky football coaching staff will name the Huskies' 950 KJR Players of the Game for that week's performance. The winners following the UW's game last Saturday vs. Oklahoma are wide receiver D'Andre Goodwin, linebacker Mason Foster, fullback Paul Homer, cornerback Justin Glenn, tight end Chris Izbicki and linebacker Cort Dennison.
Goodwin, a sophomore from Pacoima, Calif., led the Huskies in receptions for the third time in three games this season, notching a career-best nine catches for 82 yards.
Foster, a sophomore from Seaside, Calif., shared the team lead with nine total tackles, including eight solo tackles and one and a half tackles for loss.
Homer, a junior from Omaha, Neb., was honored for his play on the Husky special teams. A player on virtually every special-teams unit and regular starter at fullback, Homer was credited with one tackle.
Glenn, a freshman from Mukilteo, Wash., Izbicki, a redshirt freshman from Kirkland, Wash., and Dennison, a redshirt freshman from Salt Lake City, were honored for their play on the Huskies' service teams in practice during the week.