Bishop Sankey

Washington Huskies #25 - Running Back

  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 203

Dot...Dot...Dawg (7/16)


Previewing several other Pac-12 teams, evaluating Washington's position groups, and details on the College Football Playoff selection committee's operation.

Ranking the Top 12 Pac-12 Offensive Linemen


Ranking the Top 12 Pac-12 offensive linemen going into the 2014 season.

Ranking the 2014 Pac-12 backfields


The first part of our series that ranks Pac-12 positional units heading into the season starts with the Pac-12 backfields.

Over/Under: Rushing Yards


The Huskies are tasked with replacing the most productive back in school history. Can they improve as a team?

Dot...Dot...Dawg (6/16)


Student athletes taking trips, previewing the Washington-Hawaii game, and All American honors for Tyler Davis.

2014 Pac-12 win expectations for each program


What are the ideal and minimum win targets for each program in the Pac-12 in 2014.

Dot...Dot...Dawg (5/29)


I'm back. And so are the Dots.

Travis Coons Signs With The Tennessee Titans


The Husky kicker will compete in Tennessee to become an NFL kicker.


Sankey goes to Titans at No. 54

Sankey becomes the first running back taken in the draft, all the way at No. 54 in the second round.

Dot...Dot...Dawg (5/9)


In case you haven't heard, there's something called the "NFL Draft" going on right now.

RB James Williams commits to the Cougs

The shifty running back isn't yet well known, but that's probably going to change this season.

Draft Poll Series: RB you like for Bengals


If the Bengals opt to draft a running back in this year's draft, which one should it be?

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