In the Trenches with Khalif Barnes
Sept. 27, 2004
With only two sacks allowed this year, Washington's offensive line has been among the best in the Pac-10. Leading the line is senior co-captain Khalif Barnes, a four-year starter at offensive tackle who has yet to miss a game in his collegiate career. Just four years removed from a trip to the Rose Bowl as a reserve lineman, Barnes tries daily to instill in a young Husky team the passion and dedication necessary to return to Pasadena once again. GoHuskies.com reporter Jesse Hulsing met with Barnes on Monday to discuss the Huskies' goals for the remainder of the 2004 season.
GoHuskies.com: What did you think of the tradition of Notre Dame? Were you impressed with the overall atmosphere?
GH: How did you think your offensive line did against the Irish?
GH: What do you need to improve on this week to prepare for Stanford?
GH: How does the quarterback situation effect you? Do you have to play different for different QBs?
GH: What do you think of Stanford?
GH: Are you anxious to turn this season around?
GH: After two games on the road are you looking forward to coming back and playing San Jose State at home?
GH: Are you looking forward to school starting?
GH: Thanks for your time Khalif and good luck this weekend.