Damion Turpin

Washington Huskies #66 - Defensive Tackle

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 266
  • Seasons: SO

Mailbag, Yo: Huskies Take on Tiger-Eagles


Facts about the Flying Tigers and their turf: The school was originally chartered in 1865, and was called “East Alabama Male College.” It wasn’t called “Auburn” officially until 1960. The city of...

What does Washington have in store for an encore?

Washington arrived as a national title contender a year earlier than expected, and now the Huskies are deeper and more experienced.

Previewing Alabama vs. Washington: The Huskie defense


The Huskies are more like Alabama’s vaunted defensive unit than you may think

Grading the Game: Apple Cup


We have plenty of praise to spread about following the Huskies’ fourth-consecutive victory over the Washington State Cougars.

Mailbag: “Duck Dynasty (Heh)” Edition


Do you guys remember that Sports Illustrated cover with the Ducks that said, “Rich, Cool, and 4-0”?

Mailbag - "Less Than a Month Until Football" Edition


Ah, women. When they see that you'll do anything they tell you to do, they're bound to respect you.

Better, Worse or Neutral: Defensive Line


Plenty of talent returns in the trenches for the Husky D

Here's why there's so much Washington hype

A 7-6 team is now being talked about as a Power 5 favorite. Wait, what? Here's why that's happening, and why we should (slightly) pump the brakes.

Hope and Hype as UW Concludes Spring Camp


Optimism reigns supreme, but what can Husky Football fans count on after a spring full of both hope and hype?

Spring Football Preview: Defensive Line


Washington’s defensive line returns nearly every starter from a 2015 unit that proved to be dramatically better than most observers expected. Today, we take a look at which key contributors might...

UW Fall Camp Preview: Defensive Line


UW's defensive line is being completely refurbished. Check out our preview of what fall camp holds for this unit of big uglies.

Lists: Top Questions Lingering for UW Football


Chris Petersen's second spring is in the books but questions still remain. We count them down.