Danny Shelton leads a group of walking wounded coming out of the 2012 season. Nearly everybody is back, but does that mean they'll be better?
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?
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.
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.
In this week's edition of the UW Dawg Pound roundtable, we tackle bowl preferences, the value of bowl practices, the UW's prospects in 2013, and whether the conference should consider dropping down...
The UW Dawg Pound looks back at yesterday's win by the Huskies over Colorado and grades the performance of the team. Beating the Buffs was assumed; did they do so in a way that met expectations?
The gang at the UW Dawg Pound takes on another set of topics for the week ranging from questions about the Husky run defense to Lane Kiffin's job security and what that might mean wiht regards to...
The UW Dawg Pound looks at yesterday's win by the Huskies over #7 Oregon State breaks down how well each position group played.
Each week, we take a look at the various fronts of Washington's upcoming opponent. Today, we look at the offense of the Oregon Ducks.