Travis Feeney

Washington Huskies #41 - Linebacker

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 224

The Strategy Behind Composing Washington's Defense


There are many ways a coach can construct a defense. How did Justin Wilcox construct his, what is Pete Kwiatkowski being handed, and is he following the same path?

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The good, the bad & the unknown: Washington State


Breaking down the good, the bad and the unknown of Washington's win over Washington State.

Five Husky Takeaways: Cal


The offensive playcalling, dealing with the loss of Kasen Williams, Cory Littleton's career path, Travis Coons as an All-Conference player, and takin' care of business.

Five Takeaways: Illinois


Takeaways from this past Saturday inlcude Keith Price, Bishop Sankey, John Time, winning road games and more optimism about the secondary.

Top Huskies For 2013 — No. 7: Danny Shelton


The question with Danny Shelton is not his ability, rather his consistency. If we see a more consistent Shelton in 2013, it will send waves throughout the whole defense.

Top Huskies For 2013 — No. 9: Travis Feeney


After moving from safety to linebacker prior to last season, Travis Feeney found a home in Justin Wilcox's defense

Things To See More Of In 2013: Shaq Thompson


In 2012 Shaq Thompson was one of the countries finest freshmen en route to being named to the Freshman All American team. In 2013 we should expect to see his role expanded.

Dot...Dot...Dawg (12/19)


Dot...Dot...Dawg (12/19)

DT Shelton, four other Huskies named All-Academic


Five Huskies were named to the Pac-12's All-Academic Team, with nose tackle Danny Shelton earning First Team honors.

Your gameday information for WSU at #25 Washington


Nuts and bolts, including time and television information, as well as a first look at the Huskies.

Joe Tessitore Answers Your Questions


A few days ago, you asked ESPN broadcaster Joe Tessitore about his thoughts on the upcoming game between the Washington Huskies and Oregon Ducks game being broadcast at 7:30pm pacific, 10:30pm...

Is the Washington Huskies' defense for real?


Justin Wilcox has the Washington Huskies playing great defense, but are they for real?

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