Nate Fellner

Washington Huskies #29 - Safety

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 218

Washington lays a healthy foundation

Washington surged defensively, slumped offensively, and finished 7-6 for the third straight year. Can this exciting squad break through their self-imposed glass ceiling?

Grading Sarkisian's Development Success


As a follow up to the earlier post grading Sarkisian's recruiting success at each position, taking a look at how well he has developed players at each position.

Curses, again.


UW Sports has unprecedented talent across the programs, but the same old results.

Grading Sarkisian's Recruiting By Position


Breaking down how well Steve Sarkisian and his staff have recruited every position on the field during his tenure as head coach of the Washington Huskies.

Spring Preview: Linebackers


Washington returns all three of its starting linebackers in 2013, and appears poised to lead the defense into the upper echelon of the conference.

Season Grades 2012 - Linebackers


In part 3 of our 2012 Season Grades series, we take a look at the linebackers.

Why Were the Huskies So Young in 2012?


We take an in-depth look at the Husky roster in 2012 to figure out why the starting lineup was the youngest in the conference.

Not Half Bad - 2012 Surprises


Didn't see this one coming

Could've Been Better


It Could Have Been So Much Better

Has UW Taken the Next Step?


The theme for this year was to "Take the Next Step"? Husky fans are torn on whether or not this goal is being achieved or not.

Steve Sarkisian discusses the Stanford game.


Washington Huskies head coach Steve Sarkisian discussed what it'll take for his defense to stop Stanford's offense.

Huskies lose Colin Tanigawa to knee injury

At his weekly radio show on Monday, Washington Huskies head coach Steve Sarkisian confirmed that offensive lineman Colin Tanigawa would miss the remainder of the 2012 season due to injury.