Jermaine Kearse

Washington Huskies #15 -

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 208

Dot...Dot...Dawg (8/12)

Husky Dots 8/12 including Deontae Cooper update.

Better, Worse or Neutral: Tight End

Losses: Marlion Bennett Returning Players: Michael Hartvigson (So), Evan Hudson (So), Austin Seferian-Jenkins (So) Additions: None The Verdict: Better Austin Seferian-Jenkins Ok, just kidding, but...

UW Recruiting 2013: Sammie Long (Lakes High School) Interview

Sammie Long from Lakes HS became the Washington Huskies first commitment from the class of 2013 in late March. We had a brief conversation with Long about his football career and his future at UW.

Pre Spring Position Reviews - Receivers

Pre Spring Position Reviews - Receivers

NFL Draft 2012: Alameda Ta'amu Stock Dropping After Alamo Bowl

Washington defensive tackle Alameda Ta'amu's draft stock dropped in 2011. Where do experts have him going in the 2012 NFL Draft?

Baylor Out-Guns Washington In Alamo Shootout

Baylor Takes Shootout Win Over Washington In Alamo Bowl.

Dawg Pound - UW Player of the Year Awards - Returning Skill Position Player

Dawg Pound - UW Player of the Year Awards - Returning Skill Position

Apple Cup 2011: Washington Huskies Progressively Improving

The Washington Huskies capture their third straight Apple Cup against the Washington State Cougars, and Steve Sarkisian and UW football can look back on another season of strong improvement on the field.

The Prediction - Washington 45 Oregon 38

Huskies may be clicking well enough on offense right now to clip the Ducks wings back for the first time in seven years.

How We Stop: Oregon doesn't need to shut down washington's offense, only contain them

Obviously, I'm not one that likes to dish out superlatives to anything related to the university of washington.  That said, there is one undeniable truth that pains me. washington's offense is...

2012 NFL Draft notes - evening college open thread

A late open thread for college football, Oct. 22.

Washington Vs. Hawaii Gamefilm Review: Keith Price & Huskies Offense Looks Promising

Keith Price is proving to be a competent signal-caller for the Washington Huskies offense, working his way to find receivers like Jermaine Kearse, Devin Aguilar, and Austin Seferian-Jenkins.

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