Johri Fogerson

Washington Huskies #23 - Running Back

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 205

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Husky News 5/9

Pre Spring Position Reviews - Running Back


Pre Spring Position Reviews - Running Back

Johri Fogerson will miss the rest of the season


Washington's win over California just became a little more costly with the loss of RB Johri Fogerson for the season with a knee injury. Sark says that they team will apply for a medical red shirt...

Washington Vs. Utah: Huskies Depth Chart Reveals Crucial Defensive Changes


The Washington Huskies face off with the Utah Utes with a thinned defensive line, as Hau'oli Jamora is out for the season and will be replaced by redshirt freshman Josh Shirley.

Washington Vs. Cal: Huskies Hold Off Bears, Win 31-23


It took 59 minutes and 39 seconds of football until the Washington Huskies knew they were going to beat the California Golden Bears in Saturday's Pac-12 opener. Down by eight points, with less than...

Johri Fogerson, Hau'oli Jamora Go Down With Injuries


Washington Huskies running back Johri Fogerson came hobbling off the field in the Huskies' opening offensive drive. The injury occurred on a third and eight situation. The Husky trainers are...

KNOW YOUR ENEMY: Washington Offense Preview


Will the Cal defense be able to slow down the Washington offense on Saturday in Seattle? Here's the take of a gunshy and mildly obnoxious Bears fan.

Washington vs. Eastern Washington: Steve Sarkisian Discusses Chris Polk, Keith Price


Steve Sarkisian discussed the Washington Huskies offense this season, the health of tailback Chris Polk, not burning the redshirt year of Bishop Sankey, and how quarterback Keith Price's...

Husky Offensive Update


Washington offense has a few challenges to overcome in 2011.

Pac 12 Backs Born to Run


Looks like Oregon has the best stable of running backs in the Pac 12 this season.

Deontae Cooper will miss season once again


Huskies lose the services of ace running back due to injury

Looking ahead to 2011- Offense


Taking a post season look at what the Husky offense will look like in 2011.