Colin Porter

Washington Huskies #79 - Offensive Linesman

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12 for ‘16: Dawgs pass the eyeball test

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Huskies football players looked like football players in 2016.

Giving Thanks for Washington Football

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On today’s Thanksgiving holiday, it only seems appropriate that we show our appreciation for the things that make being a Husky football fan worthwhile.

Pre Fall Mailbag #2 - Your Questions, Our Answers

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Pre-Fall Mailbag #2 - Your Questions, Our Answers

2014 Football Review: Offensive Line

2014 Football Review: Offensive Line

Dawg Talk—Hawaii (Week Two)

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Alex and Ryan discuss Washington's game No. 1 depth chart, and how Chris Petersen's experiences of playing Hawaii as Boise State's coach will play into Saturday's game.

UW Fall Camp Preview - Offensive Line

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With an incredible 124 starts between them, the Washington Huskies boast perhaps the nation's most experienced OL in 2014. New OL coach Chris Strausser will look to add his pass-blocking magic to a...

UW's Offensive Line Strategy Shifts to a Zen State

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UW's Offensive Line numbers are finally back to where Husky fans expect them to be. Accordingly, Chris Petersen's strategy for managing the OL unit can change to one focused on talent over numbers.

Better/Worse/Neutral: Offensive Line

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We are less than 100 days from the start of the 2014 season, and we're kicking off our look at position groups with everybody's favorite: the hog mollies.

Is Steve Sarkisian the Most Hated P12 Coach?

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Steve Sarkisian has become a familiar punching bag for P12 fans who have tired beating up on Lane Kiffin. Does Sark deserve the contempt that emanates from other P12 outposts?

Better Worse Or Neutral: Offensive Line

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The offensive line was the biggest wart in the Huskies' 2012 offense's long series of warts. Can they improve this season?

Camp Watch 2013 - Key Offensive Player

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Who is the key player to watch on Defense as Camp 2013 opens?

Wrapping up the Spring (and other odds & ends)

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With Spring practices in the rear view mirror, we take a high level look at the program and what to look forward to for Fall camp, plus additional Husky related notes of interest.