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Chip Kelly Isn’t Focused on Ruining Washington’s Last Game at Husky Stadium

Friday, November 4th, 2011

It's a historic weekend in Seattle as the Washington Huskies will play their final game in old Husky Stadium, hosting the Oregon Ducks in a critical Pac-12 matchup. Renovations begin next week on the historic stadium and the Huskies will play their final game, the Apple Cup, at CenturyLink Field, ...

Jake Locker: “I am making progress on the things that people had questions about”

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Jake Locker’s decision not to forgo his senior year may have been a critical mistake for him because his draft stock took a major hit after not living up to his lofty expectations this season.  Still, he finished with a very solid career at Washington starting 39 games, throwing for 7,639 yards, ...

Jake Locker Doesn’t Care One Bit If his 2011 NFL Draft Stock Has Fallen as He Reflects Back On His Up and Down Career at Washington

Monday, January 17th, 2011

It may not have been the perfect senior season for Washington Huskies quarterback Jake Locker, but it's hard to feel anything but respect and admiration for the career he had in Seattle. There were injuries, a winless season, a coaching change, to name but a few of the obstacles Locker ...

Jake Locker Poised To Take The Huskies Back To Pasadena In 2010

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Expectations are sky high in Seattle for Washington Huskies football this coming fall. It will be year two of the Steve Sarkisian era and more importantly, the senior season of Jake Locker. The Huskies missed a bowl berth last season but made enormous strides just one year removed from a ...

Lorenzo Romar is Still Dancing, But Not Singing (Yet)

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Remember when the Pac-10 wasn't any good at basketball? Early in the season, many pundits wrote off the conference as a one-bid league that would solely be represented by its conference champion in the NCAA Tournament. Two rounds into that tournament, the Pac-10 is 3-1 with said conference tournament champion, ...

Scott Locker Explains Why His Son, Jake, Decided To Return To Washington For Senior Season

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Year one of the Steve Sarkisian era at the University of Washington was largely a big success. After not winning a game in 2008, the Huskies fired Ty Willingham after an 0-12 season and plucked Sarkisian away from USC's staff. The Huskies had a few disappointing performances and lost several ...

Steve Sarkisian Reacts To Huge Upset Win Over USC Trojans

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Heading in to Week 3 of the 2009 college football season, the story of the week - at least out on the West Coast - was the match-up between Southern Cal and Washington.  The game pitted Pete Carroll with former offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, who was hired at the end ...

Nick Montana Confirms Commitment to the University of Washington

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

Steve Sarkisian has landed his first big named prospect of his head coaching career. No, Nick Montana isn’t related to Hannah Montana. He’s the son of arguably the greatest quarterback to ever play the game, Joe Montana. Nick had offers from LSU, Standford, Alabama, Georgia as well as his father’s alma ...

Steve Sarkisian Named New Football Coach at University of Washington

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

Listen to former USC offensive coordinator and new University of Washington head football coach Steve Sarkisian talk to KJR about the new gig, the reaction he received from the Huskies faithful, as well as what he intends to do to get the proud program back on track sooner rather than ...

Dennis Franchione At Washington?

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

Doesn't seem like the greatest fit to me. But I suppose there could be worse choices out there. Listen to the former Alabama and Texas A&M coach talk to KJR about college football and whether or not he would be interested in the vacancy at the University of Washington at ...