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Wow do these guys ever get things done in a hurry. 2047 DAVE SAMEK Sat, 29 Aug 2009 23:05:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Talia Crichton (Kim Grinolds/ Scout Dawgman Insider Blog: August 2009, PART TWO With the days ticking ever closer to Washington's September 5th clash with LSU, the more Steve Sarkisian is thinking about the game. More specifically, how the mechanics of the game are going to go. With that in mind, as well as the thought that he wants his team as fresh as possible going into their battle with the Bayou Bengals, it appears that full pads are done for fall camp. 2047 Staff Thu, 27 Aug 2009 21:11:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Steve Sarkisian (UW Media Relations) Scout Fall Photo Gallery 2 Mike Eastep of was on hand Saturday with camera in hand, and he put together this great photo gallery of the Washington Huskies in action as they took part in their first morning session of the 2009 fall camp. 2047 Mike Eastep Sat, 15 Aug 2009 22:16:00 GMT 0 147 Washington washington Semisi Tokolahi (Mike Eastep/ Scout Fall Camp Photo Gallery 2 It was a brilliant, sunny Wednesday afternoon, perfect for taking pictures of fall camp.'s Kim Grinolds took over 1000 photos, and these are the cream of the crop. 2047 Kim Grinolds Thu, 13 Aug 2009 03:14:00 GMT 0 147 Washington washington Scout Locker impresses during Spring Game SEATTLE - This is one game where the score isn't necessarily indicative of what took place. The Purple team, led by Jake Locker, defeated the White team 33-0 behind Locker's 16-18 passing day, and the 95-yards rushing of redshirt freshman running back Chris Polk. The game took part at Husky Stadium in front of an estimated crowd of roughly 10,000 fans, former players and family. 2047 Chris Fetters Sat, 25 Apr 2009 23:57:00 GMT 0 147 Washington washington Jake Locker (Kim Grinolds/ Scout Spring Game Blog SEATTLE - With everything wide open this spring, anticipation for Washington football has been growing by the week. Saturday the team gets their chance to show what they've been able to accomplish over the past 15 practices in front of a UW crowd eager to get the taste of 2008 out of their mouths. 2047 Chris Fetters Sat, 25 Apr 2009 18:42:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Steve Sarkisian (UW Media Relations) Scout Offensive Skill Development Critical For UW Playmakers are difference-makers. They do most of your scoring to begin with and also make the plays that most excite the crowds. They operate at the highest creative levels in the game and receive most of the media attention. 2047 DICK BAIRD Fri, 17 Apr 2009 09:48:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Jake Locker (Kim Grinolds/ Scout Sark shakes things up SEATTLE - After a long Saturday scrimmage in front of roughly 1800 fans with decent weather, the Washington Huskies came back out to Husky Stadium Monday to a much different scene. Rain greeted them and the fifty or so hardcore fans waiting to see the team go through their scheduled two-hour workout. After the first few minutes, it was clear things weren't going according to the script. 2047 Chris Fetters Tue, 14 Apr 2009 03:25:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Justin Glenn (Kim Grinolds/ Scout DawgmanRadio - Beginning of Spring SEATTLE - Scott Eklund, Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters of had a roundtable discussion Thursday morning about the atmosphere, the tempo and the competitive nature surrounding the beginning of spring practices at Washington. Who stood out? Who will the Dawgman guys be watching for as spring progresses on Montlake? Tune in to find out! 2047 Staff Thu, 02 Apr 2009 19:05:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Dan Cozzetto (Kim Grinolds/ Scout Spring Practices Promise to be Competitive A group entirely made up of new coaches should make this the most competitive spring practice in years at Washington. There are no prejudices carried over, so it means renewed competition at just about every position on the team. With the possible exception of about four or five spots, every spot should be pretty much up for grabs. 2047 DICK BAIRD Sat, 28 Mar 2009 07:38:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington D'Andre Goodwin (K. Grinolds/ Scout Spring Preview: Wide Receivers Washington's entire offense needs a confidence boost, but the one with the most talent and explosiveness right now could be the wide receiver position where up to eight players will be vying for time. Read on to find out which players to watch for this spring and who could make a big splash once he arrives on campus this spring. 2047 Scott Eklund Wed, 25 Mar 2009 16:42:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Jermaine Kearse (K. Grinolds/ Scout Dawg Blog - Apple Cup Well, it's finally come - the Awful Cup. I mean, the Apple Cup. Both Washington and Washington State has combined to build up the kind of notoriety that has ESPN bringing two writers to cover the AC. But unfortunately everyone is interested for all the wrong reasons. Together, the Huskies and Cougars have been shut out of the Pac-10 regular season - until Saturday. Both deserve to lose. 2047 Chris Fetters Thu, 20 Nov 2008 00:35:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Paul Wulff Scout Dawg Blog - UCLA SEATTLE - Well, here's everyone's red-letter game. Like Nick Saban returning to Baton Rouge, it's Rick Neuheisel's time to head back to Husky Stadium and face the music against a Washington program that is a shell of their former selves. Will he be cheered? Will he be booed? Will he have more former players on UCLA's side than on UW's side? 2047 Chris Fetters Thu, 13 Nov 2008 23:40:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Rick Neuheisel (Getty) Scout Dawg Blog - ASU Well, at 0-8 and no end in sight, the University of Willingham Huskies trudge on. Saturday they host Arizona State (2-6, 1-4), another team in a freefall, yet the Sun Devils are favored by at least two touchdowns. And playing against a team that's been outscored by over 100 points their last three games, why not? 2047 Chris Fetters Thu, 06 Nov 2008 00:40:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Dennis Erickson Scout Dawg Blog - USC This week's USC blog almost seems irrelevant. With the news of Tyrone Willingham's firing at the end of the season coming out Monday, it took all the steam out of the Huskies' quest to find a win on the road this weekend in Los Angeles. Maybe that's a good thing? The 43-point spread the oddsmakers have put on this game just equals a record set when the Trojans played Washington State. 2047 Chris Fetters Thu, 30 Oct 2008 01:40:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Pete Carroll Scout Dawg Blog - Notre Dame Well, from a Washington perspective, it doesn't get much worse than this. Not only are the Huskies off to their worst start in nearly 40 years, but now they have the team that fired UW's current head coach coming into town. And to add insult, they are playing arguably their best ball to date. It's shaping up to be a textbook case of two teams inextricably linked going in opposite directions. 2047 Chris Fetters Sun, 26 Oct 2008 02:30:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Charlie Weis Scout Dawg Blog - Oregon State It's after the bye week, is there a game this coming weekend? You bet. The Oregon State Beavers - fresh off hanging 66 on Washington State, come looking for more Evergreen State pelts as they trek to Seattle to take on a beleaguered bunch of Huskies. The spread is already two touchdowns; is that being kind, or does Washington have it in them to reverse this curse? 2047 Chris Fetters Thu, 16 Oct 2008 20:50:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Mike Riley (Otto Greule/Getty Images) Scout Burned? The recent use of Terrance Dailey and Cody Bruns in the Washington lineup has caused quite a stir in Husky Nation. The football team was 0-4, and with the season's prospects looking grim, some were hoping to save the rest of the freshmen's red shirts. With all the injuries and lack of depth, 12 true freshmen have already played this year for Washington. 2047 Jonathan Martone Fri, 10 Oct 2008 06:30:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Cody Bruns (Kim Grinolds/ Scout DawgmanRadio - Arizona TUSCON, Ariz. - Gentle Ben's Brew Pub on University Avenue was the place, but it turned out to be anything but gentle. The Dawgman crew thought we had seen everything earlier that night in Arizona's 48-14 whitewashing of the Washington Huskies, but apparently that was just prelude 2047 Staff Sun, 05 Oct 2008 22:04:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Baggett and Bruns (Kim Grinolds/ Scout Dawg Blog - Arizona SEATTLE - This week's dawg blog sees the Huskies heading out of the Northwest for the first time this year - to Tucson, Ariz. to face the Arizona Wildcats. At 0-4, the only bright spot the Huskies might see this weekend comes courtesy of that patented Arizona sunshine. 2047 Chris Fetters Thu, 02 Oct 2008 20:50:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Mike Stoops Scout DawgmanRadio - Stanford SEATTLE - Jon Martone, Scott Eklund, Kim Grinolds and Chris Fetters of were joined by the UW beat writer for the Seattle Times - Bob Condotta - to break down what happened in Washington's 35-28 loss to Stanford Saturday night, as well as any implications this loss might have for the immediate future of the Huskies' program. 2047 Staff Sun, 28 Sep 2008 19:31:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Scott Woodward (Kim Grinolds/ Scout Dawg Blog - Stanford With the bye week in the rearview mirror, the Washington Huskies return to work Saturday against Stanford. The Huskies are desperate for a taste of success, and if they plan on reaching any post-season goals, a win over the Cardinal is pretty much mandatory. 2047 Chris Fetters Sat, 27 Sep 2008 22:45:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Jim Harbaugh Stanford Scout Dawg Blog - Oklahoma With the Washington Huskies coming off a heartbreaking home loss against No. 15 BYU, they have to rebound, and do so quickly against the Oklahoma Sooners, the No. 3 team in the country. The last time the Huskies hosted a top-five team from outside the conference? No. 4 Miami in 2000, and we all know what happened in that game. To quote Al Michaels - do you believe in miracles? 2047 Chris Fetters Sat, 13 Sep 2008 20:30:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Bob Stoops Scout Dawg Blog - BYU Much like last season, the Washington Huskies face a team from a non-BCS conference for their home opener. Last year it was Boise State; this year it's BYU. The stakes have been raised, however. With 0-1 and the prospects of playing another top-25 team staring them right in the face, how will Tyrone Willingham and his Huskies respond this Saturday? 2047 Chris Fetters Thu, 04 Sep 2008 10:48:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Bronco Mendenhall Scout Baptism under Fire Regardless of what the released two-deep says, the Washington Huskies are going to be a young team to open the season. Look for as many as 20-22 first-year players to be on the field against the Oregon Ducks. You are who you are, and this team will have lots of red-shirted and true freshman playing in their very first college football game come this Saturday night. 2047 Dick Baird Tue, 26 Aug 2008 07:17:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Anthony Boyles (K. Grinolds/ Scout Dawg Blog: Fall Camp 2008 The 2008 version of the Dawg Blog is up and running...Who is looking good? Who is healing up from an injury? What areas of the team look good and which ones need work? Check here frequently for updated news from Husky Fall camp all month long... 2047 Staff Sat, 23 Aug 2008 04:30:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Darrion Jones (K. Grinolds/ Scout Mid-way progress report - Offensive Skill When Jake Locker's hamstring gave way last week, Husky fans from Seattle to Suquamish have been anxiously wondering what that will mean for the Huskies when they take the field August 30th in Eugene. According to Head Coach Tyrone Willingham, Locker is listed as 'day-to-day', although he hasn't put on pads since he was injured over a week ago. 2047 Chris Fetters Mon, 18 Aug 2008 07:24:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Kavario Middleton (K. Grinolds/ Scout Fouch Shows He is Ready to Compete Obviously the hamstring injury to quarterback Jake Locker is probably the worst possible thing that could happen to a rebuilding University of Washington football team. There is not a single player more important to the team than Jake, and to understate his injury and its overall impact on the program is stupid. 2047 DICK BAIRD Tue, 12 Aug 2008 08:19:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington Ronnie Fouch (K. Grinolds/ Scout Picture Day Photo Gallery 2 SEATTLE - Here are more photos, taken by Kim Grinolds of, of Saturday's Washington Picture Day, held at Husky Stadium. 2047 Kim Grinolds Sun, 10 Aug 2008 02:33:00 GMT 0 147 Washington washington Morgan Rosborough (Kim Grinolds/ Scout UW Practice Notes SEATTLE - As with the five-day acclimatization rule for all Division-1 football programs, the Washington Huskies will have to wait until Friday or Saturday to start hitting each other with full pads. But they still got in as much as possible during their first workout of the fall. 2047 Chris Fetters Tue, 05 Aug 2008 02:36:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington The Husky OL hits the sleds (Kim Grinolds/ Scout